Originally Posted by Hand76
Hey guys I got a weird problem that I dont remember reading about yet in this thread.
It has happened to me twice when changing the input from HDMI 2 (Blu Ray) back to HDMI 1 (Cable) I have no sound. I can run the sound test fine but the only way to get audio back for cable tv is to turn the tv off and on again.
Anyone know whats up here?
I've run into a couple of HDMI-related issues. With my cable box (Time Warner NYC), I had to do a "hard-reset" (pull the power plug temporarily on the cable box) to get it not to have this audio dropout issue when switching to-fro from other HDMI sources. Since I've done that, I haven't had any issues with the cable box.**** Before I did that, however, I was losing sound every time I would switch away and switch back. (****Ok, once I had the issue after this but that's when the cable box was in pause mode for about an hour on a recorded program I was watching. After resuming after that hour-long pause, I didn't have sound).One unrelated sound issue
I do have is that since going to AC3 playback and optical to my home theater tuner, I had to engage the audio sync option in the LG setup for that particular cable box source, because the lip sync was off. I had to turn the sync all the way to the left to match the audio. I don't see that problem on my other HDMI sources.
I've had one other HDMI issue, but this one is related to my Sony Blu-Ray player. I have it set for "24p" 1080p playback now and it works fine, but if I switch away from it as an HDMI source and switch back, it doesn't sync right with the TV. The screen just flickers a lot and I have to turn the Blu-Ray off/on again. I'm pretty sure that's a player issue and not my LG.