Purchased new ASUS esseE2200 to stream internet onto TV. I get no HDMI sound. I am plugged directly into my LG plasma. I get video. The control panel/sound/playback shows that it is working. Have updated drivers. Have read about complaints on forums. Should I return this unit or is it fixable? Thanks, -Ray
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Have you tried different HDMI cables?
Have you tried switching the ends around?
Are you sure you changed your TV inputs to the correct one?
Not all LG TV's will sense an HDMI connection and offer to switch to the new input.
I know it sounds ridiculous but I had an HDMI Cable break just sitting there. Also they now have HDMI Cable that are Unidirectional, you can plug them in backwards.
You can use Roku Streaming stick to any of the television with HDMI port connection. You can directly connect the Roku Streaming stick to TV HDMI port. In case, your Tv doesn't have the HDMI connection then use HDMI extender cable.
Follow the given steps for setting up the Roku Streaming Stick,
1. Once you connected the Roku streaming stick to your Tv, the first screen will be "Language setting".
2. Scroll down or up to select your preferrence language.
3. Go to settings and select your internet connection name from the list of network.
4. Then enter the network name and password. Note: Connect the Roku device, TV and smartphone in same network.
5. Once you connected the internet, your streaming stick will automatically download the latest version of software. 6. Create a Roku account by entering Roku code link that displayed on your TV. Once the above steps are completed, you Roku streaming stick will ready to use. For more information call us at 1-844-965-4357 or visit Roku Activation Code.
If your Sony Blu-Ray player and LG TV are recent models, each should have an HDMI cable connection. HDMI is an method to connect your digital video and audio devices with just a single combined cable. In the case of your LG TV, using an HDMI cable will allow you to send the HD video signal to your TV's screen, and allow you to hear the sound through the TV's speakers.
Your LG TV may have multiple HDMI connectors, to allow other devices to send signals to your TV, such as a cable box or satellite box or digital video recorder (DVR). Your Sony Blu-Ray player will usually have just a single HDMI connector.
Purchase an HDMI cable from your local electronics store. There are different versions of the HDMI specification, and you should get a cable that you can verify is certified for the HDMI version 1.4 specification.
Plug one end of the HDMI cable into the Blu-Ray player, and the other end into one of the HDMI connectors on the TV, noting which one you selected.
When you turn on your Sony Blu-Ray and your LG TV, you should use the remote for the LG TV to select the input source. Your LG remote should allow you to select the HDMI input connector you used, at which point you should see the display of a DVD playing on the Blu-Ray player. If you cannot hear the sound, use the LG remote to increase the TV volume.
Here is a solution for your Roku streaming stick.
Roku streaming stick will works for any television with an HDMI connection and then it is directly connects to TV HDMI port.
You have to follow some process for your Roku streaming stick:
·Setting up your Roku streaming stick.
·Choose a language.
·Connect your Roku streaming stick to the internet.
·Wait for your Roku streaming stick to download the latest software.
·Set the display type.
·Create a Roku account and activate your Roku streaming stick.
·Now Activation process done.
Watch the Roku TV with full of happiness.....
You probably would need the extra audio cords seeings as normal svga connection won't suppost sound streaming. mixing and matching connections is always a pain to perfect.
If you are using the HDMI end on your plasma, then you will have the video show up on the HDMI channel. Then get an RCA red and white pair - 3.5mm jack and plug the jack into your PC's audio connection port and the RCA's into the Audio In ports in the back of the TV.
Once done the TV should display video and play sound from the PC. Failing this, try a few different configuration but always keep the audio plugged into the same Audio in port on the TV. Bacause then you at least know the channel that the audio works on ;D
Hope this helps mate, any more q's just ask!
The best possible solution to your problem is :
Connect your blu ray player directly to the HDMI input of you Plasma and watch HD video....
and connect the 5.1/7.1 sound thru the optical or the coaxial link directly to your AVR 3805.
You will not loose anything on the Blu-Ray.
The sound is best processsed by the AVR3805, while the video, which is the real upgrade (BluRay) in terms of resolution of picture would be processed by your plasma.
I found the fix. Had the same problem. I right clicked on the sound speaker icon in the bottom right of Windows 7. Chose Playback Devices. Once this window opens, then make sure you are on the Playback tab. Scroll down until you see the HDMI Device. (Mine was hidden at the bottom of the list.) Then choose "set as default". The sound will begin playing on the TV with only the HDMI connected......no need for an extra audio cable.