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Gina, these are all the inputs on your TV
4-pin DIN (2 sets)
RCA (2 sets)
3 RCAs (2 sets)
Co-ax (2 sets)
DVI Digital Input
24 pin DVI
You can not use HDMI cable with this set up.
Check for an HDMI port
Check the back of your television for an HDMI port and refer to your owner's manual for your television's resolution. A resolution of 1080p offers the highest quality.
Most PS3 systems support 1.3 HDMI, but older systems may need a software update from the 1.1 or 1.2 version.
Disconnect all the cables and adapters from the back of your PS3, and then unplug your TV to reduce the risk of shock as you work.
Connect HDMI cable
Connect the HDMI cable. Reconnect the power cables on both the TV and the PS3 system.
Hold power button
Hold down the power button until the PS3 beeps and continue holding it for an additional five seconds until the system makes a second beep.
The Playstation 3 should detect the high definition cable and automatically adjust the settings to give you the best picture and sound possible.
Test the connection
Test the connection. If the HDMI cable isn't working, turn everything off and reconnect the original cables to manually change the settings.
Adjust the settings
Turn the system back on, select Settings, Display Settings, Video Output Settings, and then HDMI. Repeat the process for your Audio Settings. You can now experience your games with the highest video and audio quality available.
newer tvs need to know that HDMI is attached to give you signal also need to turn on device from where HDMI signal comes from.post the model of your tv ,or if universal remote has input try this,1.- connect hdmi ,2.- turn on device(dvd,ps3,blue ray, etc.) 3.- press input on remote ,or go to menu manually on tv and find input.hope it works.
Hello It seems to be some fault with its HDMI cable you connect to this device from the source. As you get sound by HDMI, and no picture at all, this indicates the fault with cable itself. There is a cution notice says that "
To assure continued FCC compliance, the user must use a shielded video interface cable
with bonded ferrite cores at both ends, when using the PC or HDMI input." Cheang the cable and check.
hello, unplug all the cables from you ps3, turn the power off on the ps3 then turn it on press and hold the standby button on the front of the ps3 you will hear 1 bleep then 2 short bleeps after the short bleep relase the button, also turn your tv off then on again, when your ps3 comes back on plug the hdmi cable into your ps3 and then into your tv hdmi 1 on the tv go into the menu find hdmi click on this you should get a picture and sound hope it works
If there is NO HDMI on the TV, There are 2 options to still get HD.
1. Check if your TV has a DVI input, If it does you need a DVI to HDMI converter.
This can be a problem with some TV models it might not sync up 100%.
2. I recommend doing this, Purchase the Component Cable For the PS3 from Best Buy or any Game store. Make sure it is the ONE for the PS3!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This cable will give you up to 1080i resolution and stereo Audio.
Plug in the Red, Green and Blue into the Component (R,G,B) Input in the TV, The Red and White (audio) will follow into the same Input (White and Red) just match the colors from the cable to the TV.
On the PS3 in the Menu go to the 2nd row from the Left and down to DISPLAY SETTINGS.
Select Component (under HDMI) check off everything except 1080p and then SAVE by pressing X.
If you have a Receiver (AMP) that your Audio goes into, Then you can buy an Optical Cable for Surround Sound.
Plug in the Optical cable then on the PS3 go into the menu, 2nd row, Sound Settings, Choose Optical, Then choose Auto and SAVE!
Hope this will Help!
might be problem with PS3 rather than telly. Try another HDMI cable in case something wrong with yours. You can try and reset PS3 video output by holding power button down (when in standby mode) until it beeps, them use original cable and see if that shows up on your TV. If so reconnect HDMI cable Ps3 will detect it and change settings back to HDMI then see if the TV picks it up.
1) I believe the "3 prong" you mean the RCA A/V cable. This cable is color coded red/white/Yellow (Right Audio/Left Audio/Video). This cable is OK for regular TV but when it come to HD, the quality of the picture fall short.
But you also could mean the 3 wires component cable that color coded Green/Blue/Red. If you plug only this without the Red/White for the speaker then you will only see the picture. This component cable help make the pic a lot clearer. But I believe not as good as DVI and HDMI. More info here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_display_interfaces
2) Most universal remote control come with a preset of keys to emulate other remotes. You need to search for the owner manual to figure out how and what code to put to use with a certain device. Most new Universal remotes has a learning mode too that the user can "teach" the remote to emulate that "IR signal". Now for the "HOW". It's a little complicated. But here is my 2cents. Most basic remotes has a light in front and this light is Infra Red light. So you don't see the light but it blinks. The blinking is the data of 1 and 0 that computer uses. Most of the time the remote is in sleep mode which uses very little power. One press of the button, it switch on the remote and carry out the performance of that button. The brain of the remote figure out which button was pressed and search in it's memory for the blinking pattern and blinks the light with that pattern and then fall back to sleep. For the pattern itself, it contain informations. It usually start with the ID of the device that suppose to receive the signal. Follow is the "flag" and then the information of the button that was pressed. Then the final signal is basically say "End" to indicate that the message end. All device within range will get this information but if the ID don't belong to it, it will ignore the entire message.