I have a Yamaha DSPAX761 that I bought yesterday, and I have got a PS3 and my sky box through it. I have the sound coming out of a full speaker set which is not a problem, but video is.
The ps3 is connected via hdmi (in the dvd socket), and there is an output hdmi cable to the plasma, so when the dvd input is selected, everything works as expected (the plasma has ps3 image, and the ps3 sound comes from the speakers. My sky box is the problem though, as it is connected using optical audio and s-video. When I select the dtv/cbl input, I get the sound absolutely fine, but no image. I also tried putting both the sound and video through the front mounted aux input port (and switching input to aux), but again, sound is fine, but no video. I have tried using both the s-video and composite ports (I know that the signal is fine from the back of the sky box on both, as I have tried it direct into the tv).
In short, why does my yamaha amp not currently convert the s-video through to the hdmi output? What setting have I missed?
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1.Put your PS3 on standby.
2. Unplug the power lead.
3. Connect HDMI cable to HDMI out on PS3 and HDMI in on TV
4. Connect PS3 so that the red standby light is showing
5. Hold down the On/Off button until you hear a second beep. The PS3 will try and detect the display output settings on your monitor.
Ur tv some how causes HDMI 1 and 2 port hubs link together so changes back and fourth 1 or 2 HDMI hubs will not a difference.Ur tv have 4 HDMI hub ports wright?Tries not to used HDMI hub ports as like HDMI ports like 1,2,3,4 to as in sequences.Tries used like 1 and 4,2 and 4,3 and 1 as skips sequences might work for ur tv.Tries to hook up the PS3 system as the old format hook up same hook as PS2 format like used the PS station old RCA AV cable hook up.Then that should not causes conflict at all because now tv have two difference kind of format hook up.
Sounds like the "channel" you are trying to watch on is not the one it's plugged into, or a faulty lead. check the connection from the sky box to the tv, and select the av or hdmi channel that it is plugged into on the tv. check the lead by swapping it for a known good one, for example from a dvd or ps3, but unplug from the dvd/ps3 and plug into the sky box(make sure that all the units are powered off when swapping leads) and try on the channel you normally watch/use the dvd/ps3. If you suspect the sky is at fault, press menu on the sky remote and then flick through all the av/hdmi channels until you find the menu, then try to reinstall/retune the sky box. If that don't work phone sky......................
Hi brily, yes you need to conned another optical cables with your HDMI cables since in this model the HDMI is "switching" and the HDMI doesn't cary the sound ... I just bout home theater with this recievr model and I had to buy the extra optical cables to get the sound .
hope this answer your question .
If it was doing it on your old console then its the TV not the PS3.
Causes: HDMI cable (Replace cable), HDMI socket on TV (Get it repaired), If it happens on all HDMI inputs then the video board maybe faulty, Interference - location of PS3 to other equipment.
The first thing to do is move everything else away from your TV except for the PS3, now factory reset the Samsung TV and make sure your firmware is up to date my records show that an update came out in May for your TV, also factory reset the PS3 and setup the HDMI video settings using the wizrad in the PS3, now connect the PS3 through all HDMI inputs to see if its one input or all, if all inputs are the same then the TV maybe faulty.
you should not do that, your quality of the ps3 when then be horrible!, instead just go on amazon.com and look for ps3 component cables, and get those, you may not be able to go to 1020p but you will atleast get to go to 720p, but that is way better than the RCA' 420i, trust me! For further information, if you have an HDMI cable, then use a Addapter to convert it into something else other than that, it will downgrade the quality dramtically, stick to component and hdmi cables for now, RCA is poop!!