Ok. i have my Insignia ns-lcd26a hooked up to my ps3 via hdmi cable. it was working fine one day but i had to go to work. i shut it off and now the tv displays no signal then freezes. after it freezes it starts like turning white and spreading all over the place, i've never seen it before and dont know what to do. first thing i did was eliminate the ps3 as the problem. i hooked it up to the tv with the old cables and did the video reset. it worked. (the most crappy graphics ive seen in a LONG time lol) so, out of curiousity, i hooked up the hdmi cable, did the video reset sequence again, it came up and asked if i would like to use the hdmi for video. i said yes, obviously, then it asked if i would like to use the optimal settings, i said yes. the display went blank and now displays no signal for a minute then comes up with unknown input timing. anyone know whats going on?
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If your cable box has an HDMI OUT connector you simply connect the HDMI cable to the TV and the coaxial cable from the cable company to the coaxial input on the cable box. Then select the HDMI input on the TV that matches the number of the HDMI input port you chose on the back of the TV.
First, make sure your TV is on the appropriate input for the plugged in HDMI cable. Once this is completed, turn your ps3 on. If the screen comes on and is black, turn the ps3 to standby (red light is on) and hold the front power button until the console beeps a second time. This will usually force the ps3 to recognize the hdmi input and will bring up the menu to configure the AV settings.
ok if you go to your ps3 video settings you can change the out put from coaxial to hdmi. and you have to have both wires conected at the same time . go to ps3 video sttings change the settings to hdmi then on your tv change the input to the hdmi port you are using then confirm the change and save.. i hope that helps :)
Hi,I fixed my here's issues i had and the fix i did..
Every now and then i would get snow and a pink picture.
Then tv stop turning on .
To fix i seen on main board capacitor cp25 and cp28 near the heat sink was bad
They were both 470uf 35v...
on the power board i seen c531 47uf 50v was bad.
i also heated up the heat sink on the main board to resit the chip ,,
and tv now works
I didnt bother putting the huge shield back on main board i figure it was a issue to over heating the cpu instead take the hit to the brain from the fcc radio wave lol
First do the 3 caps and see if it works if not then do the blow dryer to the heat sink on main board
Below is what your manual says abour it. From hardware perspective, when you have a disc in there the optical audio driver is active and so is the HDMI audio. To verify, lift the lid on the optical interface and you will see a red or blue light on the inside. Don't look directly at it! View from the side.Plug that into your home theater system, select that input on your home theater and you should be good to go.
Insignia NS-BRDVD Blu-ray Disc Player
Connecting a digital audio optical system
To connect a digital audio optical system:
1Make sure that your player and the TV are
2Connect one end of a digital audio optical
cable (not provided) to the DIGITAL OUT
(PCM/BITSTREAM) OPTICAL jack on the
back of your player.
3Connect the other end of the cable to the
DIGITAL AUDIO OPTICAL INPUT jack on
the digital audio system.
First thing you should try is using the regular old AV cables. That way we know if it's an hdmi problem or a video problem with the PS3. Hook them up, do the manual video reset ( hold down the power button until you hear a second beep, quickly release) and then post back here with the results.
The Toshiba 32AV500U cannot display 1080p. Hook up your PS3 to your computer monitor, provided that it can display 1080p, or some other TV that can, then change your Video Output settings under Settings> Display Settings and uncheck 1080p, which will allow the PS3 to display in 1080i. Once you do that, then hook up the Toshiba via HDMI and it will work with no problem.