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The HDMI controller is bad. The easiest "work around" is to use the "Component" connectors instead. The only downside is you get no higher than 720P. However, most cable/satellite and _all_ antenna signals are only 720P anyway. Most people are only seeing 1080P when viewing Blu-Ray discs. Cheapest alternative is to buy an "HDMI to Component" converter, which will let you connect multiple HDMI connectors to one box, and then have one set of Component connectors coming out of the box. You select different "sources" on the box itself.
does the projector have an HDMI port? i would buy the cable that is HDMI from the PS3 (unless it has HDMI already) HDMI converter (HDMI to DVI or VGA) typically don't work well because you are changing the signal from digital to analog through a cable. you want to use a cable that is the same on both ends.
If your model does not have an HDMI out connector (the maual indicates not all models do have this, you can purchase an HDMI card for your PCI express slot and add the functionality to your laptop. There are also plenty of USB to HDMI converters that can turn your USB port into an HDMI port. Hope this helps
Don't used the Blu Ray player on the tv HDMI out put hub.Used the connections for of the Blu Ray player connections by a S-Video cable for the video and the RCA component cable R,W for the connections for the audio out.The high Def.cable box will not work for high Def. this way,but the Blu Ray player will.
You do not tune in your Bluray player but connect using an HDMI cable or Composite cable. If you have a HDMI cable connect the Bluray's HDMI out to the TV's HDMI in at the back and using the TV's remote switch the Input source to HDMI. You will see the image from the Bluray player in high definition. If you don not have a HDMI cable connect the composite out of the Bluray player using the Yellow/Red/White cable to the TV's composite input ( same three color sockets ) and switch to AV input on the TV. Using this connection won't give you high definition image but will work OK.
when connecting HDMI:
Check HDMI cable over version 1.3.
The HDMI cables don’t support HDMI version 1.3, it cause flickers or no screen
display. In this case use the latest cables that support HDMI version 1.3.