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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you have no optional external speaker on the ps3 you may have an earphone socket which can be connected to your tv's pc sound input via a 3.5mm or 6.5mm jack plugs.
Posted on Aug 13, 2007
SOURCE: PS3 been working fine over
The issue of connectivity between the PS3 and the display is very complex and depends on the type of TV (Analog, Digital or HD Ready), the maker of TV (until recently, only Toshiba TVs have component AV connections as standard in Europe, most other Euro TV sets use SCART which can not carry an HD signal) and specification of TV (the very latest HD Ready TV sets have wider connectivity options than earlier HD "capable" TVs from the same manufacturer which may have lacked HDMI), and finally the configuration of the PS3 model purchased.
Posted on Feb 18, 2008
SOURCE: can't get sound through my hdmi
Try the easisest route first - unplug and replug HDMI cable into same port or the other hdmi port on the TV. Also, make sure the Monster cable isn't HDMI 1.3 - I'm not sure the HDMI ports on this tv are fully compat with 1.3.
If that fails, go to www.usasupport.philips.com, enter your model number, click on the verison of your model ending in /37, and click on "Software & Drivers"; click on the link that says "Firmware Upgrade - Software" - read the specs and see if it says anything about audio loss on HDMI - many Philips have issues with the HDMI ports - they are not broken, but just need a software fix. Instructions are on the same page - make sure you only transfer the .upg file, not the entire zip file to a portable memory stick.
Here are the notes I see:
Following problems are solved :
• Availability cablecard channel map.
• Improved info in the service menu.
• Improved picture quality and stability on HDMI.
• Installation of channels.
Following problem is solved :
• Issue related to intermittent video loss is solved.
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
SOURCE: HDMI Connection
I will issue a piece of friendly advice - while HDMI is leagues better than a regular cable connections, the Philips LCD TV's have a screwy encryption system that will give you new problems - sporadic picture loss. If you want better picture and fewer headaches, use Component (Red, Green and Blue) cables. you will get 1080i, which is till HD - and fewer problems.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor (with my two cents)
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
SOURCE: HDMI, picture but no sound
Check the menus for both the DVD and TV to be sure that the audio is being sent thru the HDMI cable. Some sets and DVDs will separate the audio from the video be default unless told to send it down the HDMI. Update this if that does not resolve the problem and post the make and model of all gear in the chain.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
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