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Connected xbox 360 to pioneer pdp428xd with hdmi cable but no sound?

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SOURCE: connecting my comcast hd cable to my pioneer elite hd 1130

you will need the other cables. Hd tv won't work with the old school hookups. rca jacks' can sort out those frequencies

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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SOURCE: TV wont detect HDMI Devices except a pc.

Something is wrong whith the HDMI jack it's self, or the electronic switching is not sensing a signal is present. In either case the board that has the HDMI jack you are using needs to be replaced. Most all these boards are double printed, Multi-layered or both which prevents replacing the jack it's self. I do have a question though, do you only have on HDMI jack on the unit or do you have another one available.

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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SOURCE: No sound with HDMI cable and Xbox 360

FROM THE TOSHIBA MENU, (FIRST MAKE SURE YOU ARE SET TO
THE HDMI PORT THAT THE XBOX IS PLUGGED INTO) THEN SELECT
HDMI SETTINGS, UNPLUG HDMI CABLE FROM THE TOSHIBA TV (LCD
FLAT, MINE IS A 42") WAIT FOR THE SETTINGS TO HIGHLIGHT OR NOT
BE GRAYED OUT, THEN TURN OFF THE THREE SETTINGS, FOR COLOR
AND LIP-SYNC., SCROLL DOWN AND PRESS THE RESET BUTTON,
WAIT FOR MESSAGE TO APPEAR. TURN OFF THE TV AND PLUG IN THE XBOX.
TURN EVERY THING BACK ON. SEE IF IT WORKS.
NOT ALL CABLES ARE THE SAME AND NOT ALL TVS ARE THE SAME.
READ THE TV OWNERS MANUAL CAREFULLY, (RTFM), I FOUND A NOTE ABOUT
THESE SETTING ON THE SPECIFICATIONS PAGE.

Posted on Jul 13, 2009

BElectric
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SOURCE: Hi, I have a 43"

Hi there,

Your question has reappeared in the unsolved problems list as you did not receive a reply to your most recent message within FixYa's specified time period. I am not able to see what answers have been posted by other experts, but I am able to see your own comments, so it's clear that you've reached a fairly advanced point with whoever was helping you.

If you can let me know who the last expert you were dealing with is, I should be able to route this problem back to them so you can resume communication.

However, it seems that you are on the verge of spending money on repairing this TV, but this may be a little hasty. If you have not already done so, you should reset the TV to factory default settings and "reboot" the firmware, then reinstall.

1. Switch the TV to STANDBY/OFF and disconnect all cables;
2. Switch the TV on again;
3. Press HOME MENU;
4. Select SETUP and press ENTER;
5. Select DTV SETUP and press ENTER;
6. Select INSTALLATION and press ENTER;
7. Enter your password or the default password - 1234 - if you have not set one;
8. Select RESTORE SYSTEM DEFAULTS and press ENTER;
9. Highlight OK and press ENTER to confirm the system reset

The system will be restored to the factory defaults and the INSTALLATION screen will appear.

10. Switch the TV off and disconnect from the power supply;
11. Re-attach all cables to the correct sockets;
12. Switch the TV on again and run through the INSTALLATION
13. Run through the external inputs and check the audio from Sky and X-Box.

If this doesn't work, then you definitely have a fault with the HDMI audio input circuits, but more often than not, loss of audio is due to a firmware crash and can be resolved by resetting the TV.

In addition before spending any money, consider alternative connections. SCART will not support an HD signal, however COMPONENT and S-VIDEO connections will. You will need to check your other devices to determine whether they have the correct outputs and whether you have sufficient inputs on the TV.

Component sockets will be labelled Pr/Cr Pb/Cb and Y and will also require a separate 2 plug AV cable for audio or a digital optical cable. S-VIDEO also requires a separate 2 plug AV cable for audio or a digital optical cable. However, this model only has a S-VIDEO socket under the flap on the front, so you probably don't want to use that permanently.

You stated you had no audio from the INPUT 2 sockets, but these are the COMPONENT IN sockets and therefore require a separate audio cable. You didn't make it clear whether you had connected one of these.

Please try the above if you have not done so already and then let me know if you need further assistance. If you would like to continue your discussion with whoever was assisting you before, you will need to let me know the expert's name for this as I am unable to see who it was helping you.

Hope this helps.

Regards,
BElectric

Posted on Feb 16, 2011

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