I have just purchased the following and would like to know the best way to connect them all together.
SAMSUNG LE32R88BD LCD TV
SAMSUNG HT-TX35 DIGITAL HOME CINEMA SYSTEM
SONY PLAYSTATION 3
I HAVE 2 X HDMI CABLES
1 X DIGITAL OPTICAL CABLE
Firstly connect your home theatre outpu HDMI to HDMI input1 on the TV. Then connect the PS£ HDMI to the other HDMI input on the TV. Now connected the optical cable from the PS3 to the optical input of the home cinema system. Your should now have surround sound from the PS3 and DVD.
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Hold the power button for for 15-20 seconds. The ps3 will cycle through all the video modes until it finds a correct connection. It should automatically change its settings to HDMI and you should get video.
Check if there is on screen display (there should be none) and make sure that the problem occur with all inputs.
The problem is either defective PSU or defective inverter board. A bad main controller board or LCD panel can give the same problem but it is not common. Testing is done tracking voltage from PSU to inverter and LCD panel.
the problem is not the connection, then it is usually the inverter not
getting powered. In that case PSU, main controller board and inverter
must be tested. Here general explanation of testing involved: How to test an LCD TV or monitor PSU and inverter.
I had the same problem with my Samsung series 6 32" Lcd. After many hours of trying different settings and banging my head on the wall I found the solution. What the problem is your VGA cable not supporting the high resilotion of your Samsung TV. The simple solution is to buy a new VGA cable that supports HD. Take a look at this site you need something like this one! Hope this helps.....C
You need just one cable that goes from your TV to your HT system.
On your TV you should see an RCA jack for "AUDIO OUT" and you need to plug that into your AUXILLARY "AUDIO IN" on your HT system
When you are watching TV and you want the sound to come through the HT system, just set the HT system to "AUX" mode. Most Samsung systems will have 3 'AUX' modes, set the remote on 'AUX 1' then wait a few seconds, if no sound comes through then set it on "AUX 2" wait a few seconds and if it doean't work try AUX 3.
Hope that helps.
If your system has hdmi in puts put the blu ray player into it then from hdmi out on system to hdmi in on your tv.Now take a phono lead from tv out put to a input on your system,could be marked "aux,tv,sat".For tv sound set the system to prologic2,blu rays should decode themselves,if not check settings for audio out on player.
hope this helps.