So Lost Audio via HDMI from CBL, was working perfectly for months then just 2 days ago lost audio via HDMI. Always had this issue w/DVD player on HDMI 2. Video is still working fine on output(s), flowing from CBL & DVD to HDMI out (TV Monitor). However all is usless as have no sound! Tested FM radio & audio is fine. Any suggestions? Messed w/every setup I could possibly think of.
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The RX-V365 cannot process audio from the HDMI cables (you will still be able to hear it on your TV), you will need to run a seperate coaxial or optical cable into the audio input for the relevant component on the back of the RX-V365.
1. Connect cable to cable HD DVR box, connect video out of cable box to Sony receiver TV video in, connect audio L and R out of cable box to Sony receiver TV audio in and connect TV out of receiver to video in of Panasonic projector
2. Connect Audio and Video out of DVD player respectively to DVD in of receiver. Good Luck :)
Your receiver is HDMI version 1.1,1.2 or 1.2a and just don't work with anything to be honest with you. It's an HDCP (copyright Issue) and 5v pass thru issue. and the list goes on. If you can, just run HDMI directly to the TV and optical or Digital Coaxial to your receiver for audio and all will be well again. If you need more help, just post a comment and I will gladly help some more
en order to help out here a few questions need to be asked? Is the CBL/SAT connection VIA HDMI? Some HDMI signals will not pass CC and or On-screen display (OSD) via certain video modes. If all is analog video, not a problem, if mixed with component and HDMI and analog, you may experience issues. Let me know your thoughts and the best of luck.
You can try this reset method, if it doesn't work it will probably need service by a professional. Remeber that all setting will be lost, make sure you know them so you can put them back in after you are finished.
At the player stop condition, press 3 buttons for DVD operation (“PLAY”,”OPEN/CLOSE”, and “ SKIP”) until “INITIALIZE” appears and disappears in the display. (“Initialized” appears and disappears on the TV screen.) ******All user setting will be lost and its factory setting will be restored when this initialization is made. Be sure to memorize your setting for restoring again after the initialization