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sounds like you have the ps3 set up in HD video display settings?
If this is the case hook it up to the regular tv and when you turn the power on continue to hold down the power button til it beeps this restores the video to default settings sometimes it takes a 2nd power down and power up holding it down to work.
The only way I know of is to buy an LCD TV most of them can be used as a computer monitor. I just helped a friend hook up a new Samsung. It only takes one button on the remote to switch from regular tv to computer to watch hulu he loves it.
switch the HDMI cable to another HDMI port (if available). or use and AVI/COMPONENT to make sure the device (HOME THEATHER) is working fine. Try also another HDMI cable or hook another device into it to see how it works. If you determine the HDMI port in not working properly, then your Mainboard is damaged and need to be replaced, try EBAY for a general
picture of prices but you will need your product code wich is located
in the back of the TV next to serial number.
What you're hearing is the descriptive audio track included on many DVDs for vision-impaired viewers. Does this happen when you're watching regular TV or just with DVDs? If it happens with regular TV, do you have a cable box?
Regular broadcasting sometimes uses SAP (second audio program) to send additional audio, and this descriptive audio may be the SAP channel on some programs. Check your TV's audio settings to make sure you don't have SAP turned on. There may also be settings for SAP in your cable box as well, so check there too.
When playing a DVD, descriptive audio is usually an alternate audio track. Check your DVD player setting to make sure you've selected normal audio for playback.
Try plugging your cable box in using a/v cables (red,white,yellow) and see if you have a picture on a different input from the box. If so, go into your general settings in the box and change the output channel to 4 instead of 3. Then try your TV on 4 and see if your picture comes in. I have seen TV tuners go out on just one channel before.