I attempted to hook up my new Blu-ray last night. I connected it to my LCD TV via the provided HDMI cord. Easy. Connected the power cord. Turned on the TV, then selected the proper input designae and then turned on the Blu-ray. No signal. I turned both units on and off, unplugged and re-plugged, yada, yada. The Blu-ray opening screen did come on a few times or so but only for a few moments. Then the no signal pops up again. Any ideas??
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Hi, having a blue ray myself connected via HDMI, I'm inclined to think it may be a setting in the blue ray's menu under audio since audio signal is usually provided by HDMI. I hope this was helpful as I was unable to find anything online regarding your model. Thank you for asking FixYa and don't forget to comment back please. Good luck-Prodzilla
If you want to connect your blu-ray player to your tv, use the HDMI cable. If you want to connect your cable box to your tv, I'd use component cables or get another HDMI cable. You're right, you don't have to use your cable box to use your blu-ray player.
First, HDMI is not a perfect hook-up solution. Cable box connections via HDMI are notorious for being problematic. The best thing you can do is contact Samsung and get the latest firmware for your TV. Samsung Customer Care: 1-800-Samsung (1-800-726-7864). If this does not resolve the issue, connect the cable box using Component cables instead of the HDMI. Component cables are HD also. I hope this was of some assistance.
I have a similar problem. The Sharp TV aquos appears to be shutting down my blue ray player and dvd recorder when connected via HDMI. They work fine and never close down when I connect them via the rca cables either single video connection or a composite 3 cable rca lead. I have 3 HDMI inputs on the tv and the problem occurs on all 3. Any suggestions?
I have the PS3 and this TV and it works....Try this.
1. Turn ON TV
2. Connect HDMI from TV to PS3
3. Select the correct HDMI input on the TV for the PS3(important)
4.Turn OFF PS3 if it is ON.
5. hold [I/O] Power button on PS3
6. Wait about 5 second and you should get the "HDMI Detected" or some similar message.
7. Configure the HDMI output for the PS3
Also, If you set the PS3 to "auto" for hdmi, it may set the resolution to 1080i. You may want to deselect everthing but the 1080P.
You say this doesn't happen on regular cable or when playing a regular DVD. Hmm. Is this Blu-Ray player connected by simplink? HDMI is a bi-directional format cable, so there are cases in setups where your tv can send commands to your blu-ray player and vice versa. It could be a problem with your blu-ray player that it is sending for some odd reason a mute command to your tv. Or is processing a command that your TV interprets to be a mute command when playing blu-rays. Because if it was the TV itself chances are you'd see this when watching a normal DVD or on cable as well. Since you say you're not, it leads me to believe the issue lies with the blu-ray player itself.
The connector board inside the tv is the one has circuit traces already broken. there is nothing outside the tv can be done. The HDMI conector is high end technology solder. finally the solution is to replace the conector board inside the tv.