Originally Posted by nosurprises
I got the LG E6P for a couple of months now. Really like the TV (esp. the 3D). Today, I decided to plug in my PS3 and use the component-in input. When I plug the cables in, it doesn't feel right. The plug feels cheap and create some kind of grinding feel while going into the back of the TV -- not the solid feeling like a 3.5mm audio jack.
Anyway, after it's all in, my pictures have funny colors and signal noisy. If I wiggle the plug it will sometimes lose the signal or the colors would shift. Anyone have this problem? I'm not sure if I should try to get LG to repair this ...
I attached this image of using the PS3 to browse this forum. There are incorrect colors and the edges have color smears.
I have a PS3 hooked up to my LG OLED55E6P with no difficulties. Having said that, this is how my PS3 is set up:
1. Fiberoptic cable from A/V receiver to back of LG
2. "HDMI TV OUT" from A/V receiver to HDMI 1 on LG
3. "HDMI OUT" cable from PS3 to "HDMI BD IN" on A/V
Also, there are video and audio settings on the PS3 itself which might need re-setting, e.g., video should ideally be set at bitstream.
You also haven't said how you used the Device Controller on LG's set-up screen to connect the PS3 with the LG. Alas, I can't advise you on this as I'm having problems with this myself...Nothing with the PS3 but an inability to get sound from my Sony Home Theatre. And for what it's worth, LG advised me to use the "game console" icon with the PS3 rather than the Blu-Ray player icon.
Finally, I'm having a hard time understanding what you mean by these: "Today, I decided to plug in my PS3 and use the component-in
input. When I plug the cables
in, it doesn't feel right... If I wiggle the plug
it will sometimes lose the signal..." Which "component-in" did you plug the PS3 into and with which "cables"? And which "plug" are you referring to that loses the signal when you wiggle it? And given that you have watched 3D before this problem arose, and really liked it, I'm assuming you did not use your PS3 to watch 3D discs?
Given that your PS3 works with other TVs, my guess (and it is only that) is that one of the above may be the cause of your problem. I don't know what LG support is like wherever you are located, but I would try working with them over the phone to ensure your PS3 is properly set up before "get[ing] LG to repair this..." Best of luck!