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Re: sony ps3 an samsung tv
Well your PS3 Can't connect with your TV to the Samsung, because PS3 Was made HD Blu-Ray. If your TV/Samsung is not supported by High Def. or Blu-Ray, it will not work, you will need a different HDMI Cable, and it should work fine.
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most common problem is cable.
try console with another hdmi cable at the same time try to connect your other device like pc...etc...with hdmi port of your tv and confirm the tv is ok and all the settings under the video menu,
Are you aware that all the new HDMI devices have interactive technologies . For eg: if you are watching cable TV and switch on your Blue ray player connected via HDMI, you will notice the TV will automatically switch to that HDMI input with you having to pick up the Tv remote and switch manually. Some find it irritating, but you can disable that function in your system Menu. Panasonic calls it Vierra link / Sony calls it Bravia sync etc.....
When you have PS3 connected to the TV with HDMI connector, hold the ps3 power button down for 5 seconds, when u hear 2 beeps, release it and it should display standard format on the TV, thats when you'll get the option to correct the picture mode for the PS3. Hope that helps.
if you constantly change between one type of unit to another. say between your ps3 and another type of device then you could have worn the connector on the hdmi socket. it may need to be replaced. thats the best I can do. we have a bravia but dont change connections at all because it can cause many issues over extend use especially if youre changing devices whilst the set is on, as this can interfere and damage the internal circutry which may have shorted out the hdmi circuits.
PS3 is The amazing device by sony but it has some common problems like
sound but no video problem etc.... Good news is that these all
problems can be repaired with the help of DIY Guides, one such guide
available at PS3 Repair Blog
Since you are running the to LCD monitor instead of a LCD TV this is where you run into the issue. because the monitor is not setup to pull out the audio from the HDMI connection. So there is a few ways that you maybe able to to this.
The first one is look around at the different output cables out there the PS3. (I just got one so I do not know the accessories that are out for the PS3) This is becoming a common setup so if Sony does not have cable that will split off the audio then a 3rd party group may. I know they have one like that for the XBOX 360.
Another you can try is if your monitor will except an analog connection you may need to go that way. That is how I have my XBOX 360 that is my room connected. I have a RBG HD to VGA connect the VGA input on the monitor and the audio going to my sound card.
The reason why I suggested going analog is that right with our curent technology that if you are run with the 2 formats at the same time you will get audio/video sync issues. So you need to go all analog or all digital.
I hope this helps. Let me know if you have any other questions on this and/or need me to clarify anything.
Hey Kris, this might all be about different 1080 settings. Maybe Your consoles work on 1080i and the TV is 1080p.
It more sounds like your receiver has a faulty HDMI jumper, which you wont be able to fix. Here`s what i would do:
If your lcd has two HDMI inputs, use on for each the receiver and the other for the ps3...
2-For how important is to rather connect the ps3 via HDMI, for picture quality. then simply get an HDMI splitter, yes... YOull have to go and switch from receiver to ps3 whenever you want to play BUT it really sims your receiver is not going to cut it.
The pink you see is an incorrect "GAMMA" signal thats only induced by a malfunctioning software or hardware.
Is your receiver from a cable company? Try to get it replaced.
I would start there and if it wont make a difference, go with the splitter. YOu might get one at walmart, Radio Shack or ebay.
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.