Oh, audio is unaffected. When I go to Pandora, herky jerky in the semi-dark not being able to see the screen, audio is fine.
I reset the PS3 and connected via red white yellow analog to the AVR. Works fine. I'll settle for this if I can't get the HDMI to work, but it seems a shame to not use HDMI with a BluRay device.
Any help appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
Does the TV have CEC? That's some sort of device control via HDMI. Try turning it off.
Have you asked in the TV's thread? They might have some ideas.
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