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Ps3 defaults to 576p when connected through onkyo 606 receiver

Help Please! PS3 defaults to 576p on HDMI when connected through Onkyo 606 on HDMI to Sony 46x3500 TV I've tried soft reset on PS3 to detect new HDMI settings, but it keeps only finding 576p! (Onkyo picks up audio formats OK though)

When PS3 is connected direct to TV and reset it finds 1080p straight off.

Sky HD is also connected through Onkyo 606 on HDMI and resolution changes to 1080i fine.

I've tried changing around port assignments and cables but same problem consistently happens.

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  • nelci_Madrid Jul 24, 2008

    turn off after few seconds i desconect for one hour like the manual said+ remove all the conections and reconect but still not stay on,help.......

  • jerkilroy2 Jan 08, 2009

    got the same problem only the ps3 only will display 480p and no more or my samsung 50" plasma says there in no signal. no one seems to have a clue on what is wrong!

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You have to tell the PS3 what the Okyo can do and it probably cannot do 1080P 60Hz (but can likely do 1080P 24Hz).  Try ticking more resolutions in the PS3s setup

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