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post #1 of 5 Old 01-27-2014, 02:37 AM - Thread Starter
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Hi guys! (First I ask sorry for my bad english)

 

I got a strange problem with my new soundbar.

Here's my connection...

 

PS4 (HDMI OUT) --> HDMI IN 1 / HT-CT660

B/R PLAYER (HDMI OUT) --> HDMI IN 2 / HT-CT660

HT-CT660 HDMI TV OUT (ARC) --> HDMI IN 3 (ARC) / SAMSUNG UE55F8000

 

After installation no problem, it works fine, Samsung Tv Controller can set Volume Up/Down and so...

I switch off the TV.  After 2/3 hour I power on the TV (HT-CT autostart), TV input on HDMI3 (ARC) and HT-CT input on HDMI1 or HDMI2, NOTHING. No audio, no video. (Samsung show "No input" screen and soundbar mute)

I disconnect every cable, switch off, switch on several times... and finally, with the SAME configuration, it works fine again!

 

What can I do? It's so strange! Thanx

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You need to use the Sony soundbar remote to control the soundbar and you may have to configure a setting or two in the soundbar settings menus to disable the HDMI control. Read the manual carefully for more info on how to do that.
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So is the HDMI control the problem? I need to disactivate it?

Thanx for the response

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That would be my first guess, yes. Disable it on the TV and the soundbar and that might clear up your problem. Some mixed-brand configurations don't play well over HDMI when it comes to CEC and handshakes, so I keep all my stuff in a single brand - particularly Sony - for piece of mind.
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Perfect, it works! Thanks! 

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