Running three inputs through new Sony receiver (with HDML cords with one output to LCD.) Same problem whether watching Blu-Ray player, HD-DVD player or DirecTV. All video modes are set to factory presets. Picture is fine, but on end title credits there is a change in "white level" . It happens in same spots, color diminishes slightly then comes back to normal white level. Same problem whether watching on STANDARD, CUSTOM or CINEMA. Also on VIVID although I would never watch anything at that setting. Have tried adjusting backlight level and other settings. Same problem. Have also tried running signal direct to TV without going through Sony receiver first. No difference. Is this a voltage issue?
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Once you select a cable to use that is compatible with both devices, you must then connect it to the output on the TV set, and one of the inputs on the Surround Sound Receiver (preferably the Video Input or whatever type you selected to use). Then you must change the input on the Receiver to the proper input that you connected the cable to (most Receivers will have a Source Button if not individual source buttons i.e. Tuner, Tape, CD, Video, Aux, etc.). Note: Some Receivers if using a certain type of input will not have sound out of all 5 speakers unless the input is 5.1 compatible.
change the input to your cable box or coaxial input. check your remote to see if there is an input or source button, and press it. you might have to press it a few times to cycle through all of your inputs.
Cable boxes have notoriously flaky HDMI outputs. I have seen No pic and no sound with their HDMI outputs as well as a host of other problems. You can try getting the cable box replaced; unfortunately I have seen multiple cable box replacements not fix the problem. The best solution is to leave the component cables connected; you're not losing hardly any resolution/picture quality by using the component instead of the HDMI. Solution #2: switch to a satellite provider. I rarely see HDMI problems with satellite boxes