I have console connected to a sharp LCD37XD1E tv for 1080P. Every now and the about 5mins aprox, the picture and sound will go off for anywhere from a split second to 2 seconds during game play, xmb view or film playback, which is annoying.
The hdmi cale has been changed (both support 1080P). The PS3 has been changed. The firmware & hdmi board in the tv have been updated but still the problem persists.
Anyone else had similar probs.
I think i`ll still going down the sharp route for now?
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did you try going through the settings to configure yur tv with the game console so they could work together properly.also make sure your hdmi cables are good ones.and also try to reset the contrast,brightness etc of the tv.
Your PS3 set itself above the max resolution your LC-C3237U. Most likely the PS3 is doing 1080P, but the highest the Sharp can do is 1080i. So do this:
1. Connect PS3 to TV (you can use the current cable or analog cable)
2. Turn on TV and set input to port PS3 is on. 3. Make sure PS3 is connected via correct cable. 4. Power on PS3 via power button and HOLD IT for 5 seconds (release after the second beep). It should automatically configure your PS3 to the TV's native resolution for all settings.
well alex welcome to fixya technical support online.i just read your problems. there is an option to your problem you can use another cables with RCA inputs capable in your PS3 that can works on videos and also you can buy video converter. thanks!
It sucks to see ALLLLLLL these solutions, when I have the solution. Turn off DEEP COLOR in the video settings. It will immediately stop. If it doesn't, then you don't have the typical snow/flickering problem.
turn the PS3 off.
hold the power button for at least 5 seconds or until you hear another beep.
This should reset all your ps3's settings.
If you have an HDMI connection, wait for a couple of seconds so that the PS3 recognizes and negotiates the right video output for your TV.
a DVI Connection does not transmit sound, so you will need a seperate audio cable.
Have you changed the settings in the ps3 and your tv's input to HD signal or 720 DPI, do not choose 1080i or 1080P as DVI does not support those high settings.