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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: PS3 been working fine over
The issue of connectivity between the PS3 and the display is very complex and depends on the type of TV (Analog, Digital or HD Ready), the maker of TV (until recently, only Toshiba TVs have component AV connections as standard in Europe, most other Euro TV sets use SCART which can not carry an HD signal) and specification of TV (the very latest HD Ready TV sets have wider connectivity options than earlier HD "capable" TVs from the same manufacturer which may have lacked HDMI), and finally the configuration of the PS3 model purchased.
Posted on Feb 18, 2008
SOURCE: Panasonic 32" in LCD TC-32LX70
This sounds like the TV is not compatible at all to the display card in the computer.
Look in the TV's user book and see what the resolution is. It is also very important that the field or refresh rate is matched. Set the computer's display card to match exactly to the native mode of the TV set. This is for the resolution and the refresh rate.
Try the TV directly to the computer with the DVI to HDMI adabtor alone with no other monitor bridged in. If it works, then connect the computer monitor back up to share the feed. If the TV goes back out then you know that there is a conflict between the devices.
There is a way to do monitor sharing and each having different specs. There would be the need for an active monitor splitter with independent mode settings for each of the outputs. This is terribly expensive for home use.
In the past I have had problems with conversions between DVI and HDMI. There are a lot of complexities in the protocol for this and not every type of TV or monitor works well with this.
Posted on Apr 19, 2008
SOURCE: PS3/HDMI issues
Hold your finger over the button on the far right of the PS3 until it beeps twice and the PS3 will cycle through it output settings and you should them be able to set up the PS3 through to the HDMI settings. Good luck. The answer above regarding the wrong cable is completely bogus.....your cable is fine.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
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