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Need some help...


I have two HDMI inputs going into my YSP, cable box and PS3. The output HMDI goes into my Mitsubishi. Unless the TV is on already and I unplug the HMDI from the rear and put it into another one of the TV's HDMI inputs I cannot get video. Thus everytime I turn on the system, this makes for an irritating sequence of events.


What's the issue here? Is my TV "not compatible" with the YSP? I'm sure this is a rookie question, oh well, if you have the solution (using my current setup) I'd love to hear it.
 

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I can't answer your question but I am having similar problems. When my YSP was connected to my (now) ex-wife's Phillips plasma, I got sound and video even when the YSP was turned off. Now it is connected to a Toshiba LCD and if I don't turn everytinbg on in a certain sequence, I get nothing. And don't even think about switching to the PS3 without starting all over. I would love to know the difference
 

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Yeah, saw a reply to your post about writing more detail, so for those experts out there...here ya go.


Two video sources (cable and PS3) input to YSP-4000 through HDMI cables. YSP-4000 outputs to one of Mitsubishi's three HDMI inputs. For explanation sake, let's say everything is working fine. Once system is turned off, and subsequently turned back on it's like the TV does not even know the HDMI input is there anymore and all I get is over the air video and audio on TV. At this point, if YSP is set to cable source, I can hear the cable source from YSP, but TV is just over the air A/V. Trying to change the tv's input selector only results in a brief pause, then reversion back to over the air A/V AND the YSP automatically sets it input to TV/STB (so I know the TV is talking to YSP, but there aren't even any cables connected to that particular input on the YSP). So then I select the AUX1 (cable) input on the YSP and can hear cable again. At this point the only way to get the "correct" video from TV is to manually switch off the HDMI ports from the TV's menu. Next Unplug the HDMI from the TV and plug it back in. Then video miraculously appears, but I get a message on the TV saying, and I quote, "Auto Input Sensing...Connection detected for HDMI-2 for a device which may be compatible with NetCommand. This device is an audio system. HDMI swtiching through AV Receiver is not supported. Please connect to the TV Digital Audio Out. Press the EXIT key to watch TV." Sounds like one solution, but I don't like this solution with TV forcing me not to use YSP as HDMI switch... SO, how can I get the HDMI to work without feeding HDMI sources through TV instead of YSP and using the Digital Audio cable.
 

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Obviously a hdmi handshake issue. Are there any recent firmware upgrades for your tv? Have you tried a different hdmi cable?
 

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Hadn't thought about either of those possible issues. Will check out the firmware angle. Currently using pretty beefy HDMI cable, so I wouldn't think that is an issue....or could it be...
 
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