Just gone onto hdmi tv through virgin.after half an hour the sound becomes distorted,and gets worse.put it through digital and it is ok.turn off at plug and it is ok for half an hour and gets worse again.had a new virgin v box refiited and a new cable..still the same...thanks craig
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I've been finding quite a few HDMI related problems over the past year and it seems to be increasing.
The problem usually is due to the cable being somewhat heavy. The plug sticks straight in and hangs. The weight of the cable uses the downward momentum and starts ripping the solder connections from the televisions HDMI input.
When the audio becomes distorted, try moving the cable and see if it clears up. If it does, then, that's the problem. If not, then the problem is more than likely the audio circuit.
Either way the Main PCB needs to be replaced.
After replacing the Main board, I suggest using component inputs instead (Same quality picture, just more cords), because, the chances of another problem caused by HDMI is likely.
Hope this helps.
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No,half a second that not consider a problems.There are hundred of hardwares and softwares design by dozen of compannies and corporations.Putting these diveces together 100% functionals are not gaureentee.99.99.....% out of 100% is not cosider a problems.
Ok, so first, you need to get the pictures to the TV.
So, you should have an HDMI lead from the Bluray to the TV.
You should have either an HDMI or SCART lead from the Virgin Box to the TV.
If you are going to play and DVD's from the Home Theater system, this too needs a scart to the TV, but if you are planning to use the bluray for all playing back, then this is not needed.
Next, you want to get the sound from all your equipment to the home theater system.
This where it can get confusing, as there are different types of leads that do the same thing.
If your TV has an 'Optical Out', and the Theater system has an 'Optical In' then you can connect the two with a Fibre-optic cable, and that means that anything then that you have on the screen, can have the sound through your surround sound.
Digital Coaxial In's/outs do the same thing, as do Phono In's/Outs, but phono cables will not carry 5.1 digital.
I hope this helps!
Take it back where u buy it,talk to the store for a replacement,if possible.Or call Toshiba,talk to customer service,describe the problems,ask for a warranty repair.The Tuner board is is the board where the coalax broscast tv signal comming in to this board.It have faulty componnents on it.The board should be replaced.So get the tv replaced buy the store or waranty repair by Toshiba.
I would check to see if there are any firmware updates for your tv on Vizio's website. This usually involves downloading the update onto a usb stick and turning the tv on with the usb stick in the tv's usb port.
Before picture/sound is shown on the tv, the source and tv talk to each other over HDMI to make sure there's no piracy going on (don't you just love DRM?). If the source gets a strange response or doesn't get a response fast enough, it may assume that something illegal is going on and cut the connection to the tv.
Since this happens after the set warms up, I would check for bad solder connections or capacitors on the convergence board. If the problem was not readily apparent, then I would consider replacing the board, as I believe the replacement board has been upgraded from the original.