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Old 04-22-2008, 05:53 AM   #16  
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Ok, I've found somebody else with the same problem:
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I am attempting to hook up my PS3 through my Onkyo 605 reciever using a HDMI connection. It is currently hooked up to HDMI Input 2. I have the "GAME/TV" HDMI Input set to "IN 2", but when I switch to GAME/TV there is no picture or sound, it just says "No Signal".

I have searched around the forums and while I saw lots of posts about fixing audio problems I didnt see anything about no picture being displayed either. Is there a setting or something which I have missed, what should I try next?

Could the problem be the PS3 settings? I dont know how I can tell what they are since I cant bring the display up. I'm guessing the settings are set incorrectly since the other cable type was used before I tried to hook it up like this.
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Sounds to me like you haven't set the PS3 to output Video through the HDMI Cable and it's still set to the A/V cable.
Turn on your amp and set it to the GAME/TV or whatever yo have the amp set for the PS3.
Place the PS3 into stand-by (red light on the front), then hold down the power button on the front of the PS3 for about 10 seconds until it beeps twice.
The PS3 will power up and detect your connections and maximum resolution.
I tried it, but no change.
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Old 04-22-2008, 07:08 AM   #17  
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"In Onkyo's settings I assigned like this:
Input/Output Assign:
1] Monitor Out-> YES
2] HDMI Input: DVD-> IN1
3] Digital Input: DVD-> HDMI1

Hardware Setup:
1] HDMI->HDMI Audio Out->Off"

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If you're using HDMI for your connectivity
why the "Digital Input" setting. Seems
redundant. Also, Why do you have
HDMI Audio Out set to Off?

HDMI will carry your audio and video just
fine so that is the only connection you
should need to establish. Set HDMI audio
out to ON and get rid of the "Digital Input"
parameter.

The connection from the PS3 video goes to
the tv via HDMI out and the audio goes to
your sound system via the setup connection
tying the DVD to IN1 (although I don't understand
why you don't just use the Onyko "DVD" port
for that instead of "IN1")

Looks to me like you're "over engineering" this
thing. I have a ton of stuff (Xbox, Satellite, DVD) via both HDMI and component connections
going thru my 674 and it all works just fine.
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Old 04-22-2008, 10:57 AM   #18  
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Hey and thank you for your help Richard.


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If you're using HDMI for your connectivity
why the "Digital Input" setting.
Onkyo 705 does this automatically.

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Seems
redundant. Also, Why do you have
HDMI Audio Out set to Off?
Because otherwise Onkyo is showing "Muting" on display

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HDMI will carry your audio and video just
fine so that is the only connection you
should need to establish. Set HDMI audio
out to ON and get rid of the "Digital Input"
parameter.
Ok. I did that.

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The connection from the PS3 video goes to
the tv via HDMI out and the audio goes to
your sound system via the setup connection
tying the DVD to IN1 (although I don't understand
why you don't just use the Onyko "DVD" port
for that instead of "IN1")
I lost you with this one "...why you don't just use the Onyko "DVD" port
for that instead of "IN1". Don' tknow what you mean?

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Looks to me like you're "over engineering" this
thing. I have a ton of stuff (Xbox, Satellite, DVD) via both HDMI and component connections
going thru my 674 and it all works just fine.
Well, I didn't know what else to do? But I still didn't get nowhere Just for info., I have 3m and 2m long HDMI cables, 1.3a compliant.
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Old 04-22-2008, 12:25 PM   #19  
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Ok, I've found somebody else with the same problem:


and one solution suggested was:


I tried it, but no change.
Yeah, since you said you were able to connect the PS3 strait up to the TV with no problems, I ruled the PS3 config out...

Dude, stop pulling your hair out and just call Onkyo.. They have pretty good CS and should be able to diag the issue fairly quickly. Hopefully it is a simple config, but if it is a hardware issue, they will get the replacement process going..
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Old 04-23-2008, 10:48 AM   #20  
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Well, my mystery is solved (in a way). At least I know now what was the problem. I went with my Onkyo to an audio shop to test HDMI IN inputs with HDMI capable equipments. So, I tested it with another PS3, another sat receiver and Sony's BDP-S300 DVD player. Also I've tested all this with different HDMI cables (1.1, 1.2, 1.3a..) on different TV's (LG, Sony Bravia, Samsung...) and it was not working. Onkyo has no problem to display Monitor out on TV's, which means, HDMI OUT is working ok, while the HDMI IN is definitely not working! Onkyo is going tomorrow to the servis.
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Old 04-27-2008, 04:10 PM   #21  
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[QUOTE=coffeetime;591312]Hey and thank you for your help Richard.




I lost you with this one "...why you don't just use the Onyko "DVD" port
for that instead of "IN1". Don' tknow what you mean?



QUOTE]


My unit has DVD, Video1, Video2, etc. buttons across the front
for port/media selection and that was my reference. I guess you're referring to HDMI ports IN 1 and IN 2 from the HDMI setup menu?

Anyway you've diagnosed the problem and hopefully it will get fixed on Onkyo's nickel. When it's all finished, you'll be pretty savvy about this stuff, eh?
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