If your using the hdmi input you need to make sure you have an
hdmi capable input source on the other end
if you are using an hdmi to dvi cable make sure you have alternate analog cables hooked up to something that will amplify them or go back to dvi to dvi and rca audio cables
make sure the speakers are turned on in the menu
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Ok, sounds like you know what the problem is. So what's the question? The only possibility I can think of that wouldn't require repairs to the set would be if there was an option for selection of digital optical audio and that were selected instead of the HDMI audio input. Without the model number of the set, I cannot determine that for a fact.
Often times there is lag between game systems and HD t.v.'s, caused either by the use of HDMI cables and or audio/visual lag. The severity of this depends on the game.
If a game has audio/visual lag problems, there should be an option to compensate for it in the options menu. If it is a problem with usage of HDMI cables, try using different cables. If that doesn't make a difference, then you'll have to use regular old A/V cables.
Im guessing your in the UK.
Asking about HD as you havent stated what country you are in.
Ok You will need the following to be able to watch HD pictures on your tv set.
Either Sky HD which involves having a dish fitted. Or Virgin cable system which is not available all over the country.
If you go to either of these systems you will need to pay a subscription to view the HD channels.