Connecting my comcast hd cable to my pioneer elite hd 1130
I have tried several time and several ways to connect my Comcast HD Cable to my Pioneer Elite 1130hd! I am at the conclusion I need at HDMI cable or a S-Video cable! DVD connects and works fine! What am I missing? Thanks Joe
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have you tried to connect the Philips direct to the TV's hdmi?
Could be the resolution on the bluray is set to 1080p which may be out of range for the receiver or even the TV for that matter. If you can reset the output resolution of the bluray to 480p first, just to establish a picture then try 720P which all HD tv's and receivers can handle.
I did a quick search and could not find the resolution reset procedure for this unit. Other units will reset if you press and hold 2 or more buttons together.
If you are using HDMI, you need to switch to Component or connect the HDMI directly to the TV and use your receiver for audio only via optical or digital coaxial. Your receiver uses either version 1.1 or 1.2 HDMI firmware and is not capable of updating itself for new Video Codecs.
To answer your question;
Your motorola will connect directly(not through the dvd) to the tv set into one of the input ,(preferably using hdmi or component cables for hd) and the dvd will use a different input,
All you have to do then is switch between which one you want to watch.
Hope this help Cheers
Your dvd recorder only has rca, red white yellow inputs it wont allow you to record in HD, although you can play your comcast box any hd, regular digital through and record. Hook up the comcast box if HD through preferably HDMI if not get one from comcast. The HD box is the only box that allow HDMI, component and regular RCA and some RF out. This way you can play HD to your set but also record through RCA or RF again will not allow for HD record unless its TiVo. Hope this helps
This low audio problem happened to me suddenly yesterday. I powered off over night - no change. I plugged the A/V cables into a second TV - no change. I called Comcast - problem solved. Tap these buttons on the remote;
Closed captioning can come trough 4 sources 3 of them access a digital file and display it to the screen. ALL must be set to off on each device:
Embeded in actual program video source--unlikely your problem.
TV decoder cotrolled by TV menu under "language"
Cable box--ditto for menu selection
DVD player or VHS tuner--Ditto for menu
I had the same problem
you have to set up the componant on DTV.
the signal my be hd 1080i and the only connection with componant that can support this is the DTV port.
the other componant connections only support 480,