Call Sony on the 800 number. I had that problem and I had to set the HDMI to a lower setting on the ps3. Also remember that all HDMI cables are not equal. If that cable is longer than 20 feet then you could have a weak signal problem.
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The first step for this issue is to try a hard reset. Hook up the PS3 with both the Analog cable and the HDMI, set the TV to the Composite (analog) Input that you have chosen. Then, while the PS3 is off (red light), press and hold your finger on the power button for approx. 10-15 seconds until it beeps again. This will reset the PS3. After it turns back on, go through the set up steps, and after, it may tell you it has detected an HDMI connection, say yes and switch the TV to the HDMI input you hooked it up to. Click on yes before the timer ends and you should be all good.
Connecting a Digital TV Signal
To connect an digital TV signal source to the
display, connect a coaxial cable between the
ATSC input and the TV signal source. GO to www.retrevo.com and download the manual,it is free.
I solve it already my problem by connecting my ps3 to an 32 inches lcdtv and I change the videosetting to my ps3 to default setting because before when I had my sony bravia 32 inches I changed it to 1080p via HDMI cable signal...After I changed to default settings I connected it again to my own LG lcdtv 19 inches but it sadly 1080p is not so very much supported but anyway I can play now ps3 games...
you have to first plug in the s-video before you use hdmi so you can set it to HDMI on your ps3 when you go to your setting. Then it should work. If you already did that and it still doesnt work its probably the HDMI cord
an output like ( HDMI ) would be on a dish reciever , and a hdmi input on a tv would plug into that output on the dish reciever
Is HDMI what you are trying to connect? then you would need an HDMI cable
HDTV = High Definition television , which means that you have a built in digital tuner that will pick up the digital and high definition broadcast channels with an antenna connected to the tv
Have both the AV cables and hdmi cables hooked up from the tv to the
ps3. On the TV Menu goto the av station which is different from the
HDMi station...From the ps3 menu screen gotot settings then to video
and audio and select hdmi then back to the tv menu and select the hdmi
station and the ps3 main menu should be seen and you are all set