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post #1 of 2 Old 05-10-2012, 04:37 PM - Thread Starter
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First of all i am really sorry for my english.
I have the following commection but i cant send signal from ps3 to tv3.
But from the same connection the signal of media player is correct and i can view it correctly to tv3.
The cable that i use for connection of my splitter to tv3 is 10m lenght and the cable to tv2 is only 1 meter.

I thought that the problem was from the lenght of the cable but isnt it because the media player working correctly to tv2 and tv3.

So the connection is the following: (between ps3 and the first hdmi splitter i have an hdmi repeater)
From ps3 to hdmi splitter.
From splitter to tv1 and to a hdmi switcher.
From switcher to a new one hdmi splitter.
Also in hdmi switcher i have connected and a media player, that playing in tv2 and tv3.
From the new one hdmi splitter to tv2 and tv3.

So the problem is to the tv3 and ps3!

If i will connect the ps3 directly to tv3 without passing the new one hd,i splitter then i have great signal.
Also i am sure that the problem is not the length of cable (10m) or the connection because i tried exactly the same connection with another hdmi device and not ps3 ( i connected the hdmi cable of ps3 to another hdmi device) and worked without provlem.

Here is a layout of my connection


Plz help
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post #2 of 2 Old 05-10-2012, 08:19 PM
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Your problem is HDMI really isn't meant to be split. The connection is a digital connection between the tv and device (ps3). Thus, having three tv's connected to the ps2 is confusing it. Normally you run into problems splitting an hdmi once, let alone twice.
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