Originally Posted by freeon
I had it 720p and I also tried 480p. Didn't try 1080i but I will tonight just to see.
I wanted to take the time to really review what you have written since you have a lot of variables.
First, I don't believe in multiple problems (odds aren't good) although one problem that causes multiple symptoms is possible.
You've had two TVs show a problem with satellite input only. The other symptom is that one TV has a problem with all inputs when using one cable but not the other.
Are there any other problems I've missed?
In the future, can you consistently label the TVs and cables? If you go back to your descriptions you'll see towards the end of each description you start by talking about a specific cable and then towards the end just talk about a cable. Same with the TVs. It makes it difficult to follow. If the TVs are different brands, that would be a good way to differentiate between the TVs.
Having said that, I think we have three possible areas - the satellite receiver, one of the TVs and one of the cables. What would be helpful is to generate a list of the following:
1) Using the shortest HDMI cable you can find (6' - 10' High Speed cable would be perfect) - which TVs does the satellite receiver work with?
2) Using only the two 100 foot HDMI cables and a single known good TV and the PS3, which cables work between the PS3 and the TV? Then try all of your other HDMI cables, one at a time.
3) Using the shortest HDMI cable you can find and the PS3, which TVs work with this configuration?
Please again, label the TVs and cables in some way that we know which one is which. The goal above is to try to eliminate multiple variable changes in each test.
If you run these three tests, I think we can pinpoint the actual problem.