Question about Sony KLV-S23A10 23 in. LCD HDTV
I connected an HDMI line from my receiver to input 5 and only video came through. I then tested by taking my iPod and outputting the sound via stereo to my tv and it still didn't work on input 5. I did the same thing to input 2 and the sound came through fine. If it was HDMI or stereo, I would think it's the connector, but sound not working via either method means something's up with the tv on that particular input line since it works on the other input. Any thoughts?
HDMI can be problematic. Follow these steps in order for the best success with HDMI.
1) With all devices off, turn the TV/monitor on first and wait for it to come on.
2) Select the HDMI input.
3) Turn on the next HDMI device (stereo amp if it comes before the video device, or the video device itself and let it come on.
4) Play the video.
Some video devices may need the audio output to be set to PCM or 48k/96k datastream to work correctly.
If this doesn't help, you may have a compatibility issue with your HDMI device. Usually it is the fault of the player/video receiver and rarely the display/TV. All the TV/monitor does is query the source device as to what type it is and the resolutions it's supports.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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