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My guess would be that your PS3 has somehow switched the output settings. You can reset the settings by pressing and holding down the power button till it starts blinking. Try connecting it with your RCA cables to a TV and if that works try going into your settings and setting the PS3 back to HDMI.
It sounds like the Bluray player may be outputting the signal at a higher resolution than the TV supports.
If the Bluray player has a scart or composite connection, connect with those first, and adjust its settings to output a lower resolution.
Then reconnect the HDMI.
Hope this works for you.
You can connect PS3 video via HDMI to receiver and from receiver via HDMI to TV. But RX-V365 doesn't support HDMI audio, so you have to connect audio separately via SPDIF digital cable. I think PS3 uses optical SPDIF, so you will need optical cable. If you can't find cheaps optical cables in your shop, you can try byuing from ebay ($1-5 max.)
Your PS3 set itself above the max resolution your LC-C3237U. Most likely the PS3 is doing 1080P, but the highest the Sharp can do is 1080i. So do this:
1. Connect PS3 to TV (you can use the current cable or analog cable)
2. Turn on TV and set input to port PS3 is on. 3. Make sure PS3 is connected via correct cable. 4. Power on PS3 via power button and HOLD IT for 5 seconds (release after the second beep). It should automatically configure your PS3 to the TV's native resolution for all settings.
Check your resolution settings on you playstation 3 menu's. If you are using an HDMI cable, there is a chance that your ps3 could be trying to output at 1080i or 1080p. The unit you have only goes up to 720p and if you set it any higher than that, you run the risk of having picture issues, or not getting a picture at all. Good luck to you
Hey Kris, this might all be about different 1080 settings. Maybe Your consoles work on 1080i and the TV is 1080p.
It more sounds like your receiver has a faulty HDMI jumper, which you wont be able to fix. Here`s what i would do:
If your lcd has two HDMI inputs, use on for each the receiver and the other for the ps3...
2-For how important is to rather connect the ps3 via HDMI, for picture quality. then simply get an HDMI splitter, yes... YOull have to go and switch from receiver to ps3 whenever you want to play BUT it really sims your receiver is not going to cut it.
The pink you see is an incorrect "GAMMA" signal thats only induced by a malfunctioning software or hardware.
Is your receiver from a cable company? Try to get it replaced.
I would start there and if it wont make a difference, go with the splitter. YOu might get one at walmart, Radio Shack or ebay.