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How On Earth DO I Get Sound From Bluray Player To Amp Using HDMI

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I have connected the 1st hdmi from my bluray player to the hdmi in on my amp then number 2 hdmi to my plasma. Now I can get a picture but no sound how do I fix this? I am using a lgbd350 blu ray…
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
I have connected the 1st hdmi from my bluray player to the hdmi in on my amp then number 2 hdmi to my plasma.

Now I can get a picture but no sound how do I fix this?

I am using a lgbd350 blu ray player
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
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1 Like #1
is the player set to output sound via hdmi?
the amp is otherwise working fine?
are you outputting the correct audio codec over hdmi that your amp can handle? ie Linear/DTS/TrueHD
suspended#2
An easy way is to connect the amp with the Blu-Ray player by Optical cable. and then the Blu-Ray player and TV with a HDMI cable
#3
DarkKnight;7258647
An easy way is to connect the amp with the Blu-Ray player by Optical cable. and then the Blu-Ray player and TV with a HDMI cable

+1 that's how i've got mine set up
#4
optical is the way to go.......HDMI from the player to the TV then optical from the TV to the amp. Works for me. Might be an option for yourself??
#5
DarkKnight
An easy way is to connect the amp with the Blu-Ray player by Optical cable. and then the Blu-Ray player and TV with a HDMI cable


thats how i do mine...but i dont have hdmi input.
But this then means you can have all your hdmi sources through the amp and thus through one lead to the tv...

Another thing...does your bluray actually output audio over hdmi? ie not stereo but surround? as that could be causing the problem and thus might require a digital coxial/optical anyways
#6
sooty73
optical is the way to go.......HDMI from the player to the TV then optical from the TV to the amp. Works for me. Might be an option for yourself??


thats backward...so your running the audio from the player to the tv to the amp...
it should go from the player to the amp...
#7
not all amps take an audio signal from HDMI, what amp you got?
#8
yamaha av4101

this lg bd350 does not have optical otherwise I would od that

How do I get it to output hdmi on the controls then?
banned#9
Optical from the TV to amp

No need for optical on the BD player
#10
dimebars
Optical from the TV to amp

No need for optical on the BD player


Ok ill try this then how do I run this then?

Hdmi from bluray player goes where? To the amp or TV?

Then optical from amp to tv

Would I need to use the 2nd hdmi?
#11
my pz70 does not have optical on it?
banned#12
delboyuk2005uk
Ok ill try this then how do I run this then?

Hdmi from bluray player goes where? To the amp or TV?

Then optical from amp to tv

Would I need to use the 2nd hdmi?


HDMI from BD to TV
Optical from TV to amp
banned#13
delboyuk2005uk
my pz70 does not have optical on it?

Goosed then

Need to be component from TV to amp
#14
it has a coxial could I use that from the bluray player to amp?

Cant I just use 2 hdmis then?

bluray player to amp in then hdmo from amp out to tv?

can switch the amp on and when press the dvd on my amp control it turns the pic of bluray running but only sound through the tv not amp. Even tho its controlling the picture?
#15
Here goes my bluray player settings I have are:

1080p mode? Should I have it on 24hz or 50hz?

HDMI Colour setting? YCbCr or RGB?

audo hdmi has

pcm stereo, pcm multi-ch, DTS Re-Encode, Primary pass-thru?

which one should I choose above with using the hdmi method?

Then its got

SPDIF I can choose pcm stereo, dts re-encode or primary pass thru?

then sampling freq? 48khz or 96khz or 192 khz?

Thenm DRC on or off?
#16
ahh well just need to get coxial then has the amp and bluray player both have these?

When can I get one of these wires from?
#17
awoodhall2003
thats backward...so your running the audio from the player to the tv to the amp...
it should go from the player to the amp...



Not sure that it is, its a samsung X715 home cinema, its connected to the tv via hdmi and optical, anything sound wise played thru the tv gets played thru the X715 via the optical 'i think'. ie.... cable tv via hdmi to the tv then to the amp via optical, same for xbox. mind you its not blueray, but the ps3 covers that and its also connected the same way. obviously cd, radio and dvd play straight thru the X715.
#18
have a Pioneer digital home theater amp with 4 hdmi out puts, i have a Panasonic blu-ray DMP-bd81 with 0ne Hdmi out put, and the only other out put connection is ethernet connection to my moderm . I also have a Humax hdr - fox free view player/recorder . I need to connect the 3 hdmi out puts to my Hitachi P50TPO1U A. on my TV I have only 1 HDMI input. I have bought a portta 3x1 HDMI switcher which will connect to my TV. Will I be able to play my blu-ray and amplifier together through the splitter together so I receive blu-ray quality on my TV and surround sound through my Amp and 5 speaker system with a sub woofer. I am trying to set this up for my mother as her dvd home theater system has broken down and I have replaced it with my pioneer digital amp' I have also recently bought the blu-ray system to work in unison with the amp and TV. question will this work and if not how can i get it to work ? I look forward to hearing your replies / Thank You !
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pallyra
have a Pioneer digital home theater amp with 4 hdmi out puts, i have a Panasonic blu-ray DMP-bd81 with 0ne Hdmi out put, and the only other out put connection is ethernet connection to my moderm . I also have a Humax hdr - fox free view player/recorder . I need to connect the 3 hdmi out puts to my Hitachi P50TPO1U A. on my TV I have only 1 HDMI input. I have bought a portta 3x1 HDMI switcher which will connect to my TV. Will I be able to play my blu-ray and amplifier together through the splitter together so I receive blu-ray quality on my TV and surround sound through my Amp and 5 speaker system with a sub woofer. I am trying to set this up for my mother as her dvd home theater system has broken down and I have replaced it with my pioneer digital amp' I have also recently bought the blu-ray system to work in unison with the amp and TV. question will this work and if not how can i get it to work ? I look forward to hearing your replies / Thank You !

Make a new thread.

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Nice.
#21
MadeDixonsCry
pallyra
have a Pioneer digital home theater amp with 4 hdmi out puts, i have a Panasonic blu-ray DMP-bd81 with 0ne Hdmi out put, and the only other out put connection is ethernet connection to my moderm . I also have a Humax hdr - fox free view player/recorder . I need to connect the 3 hdmi out puts to my Hitachi P50TPO1U A. on my TV I have only 1 HDMI input. I have bought a portta 3x1 HDMI switcher which will connect to my TV. Will I be able to play my blu-ray and amplifier together through the splitter together so I receive blu-ray quality on my TV and surround sound through my Amp and 5 speaker system with a sub woofer. I am trying to set this up for my mother as her dvd home theater system has broken down and I have replaced it with my pioneer digital amp' I have also recently bought the blu-ray system to work in unison with the amp and TV. question will this work and if not how can i get it to work ? I look forward to hearing your replies / Thank You !

Make a new thread.

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and use paragraphs to make it more readable ;)
1 Like #22
pallyra
have a Pioneer digital home theater amp with 4 hdmi out puts, i have a Panasonic blu-ray DMP-bd81 with 0ne Hdmi out put, and the only other out put connection is ethernet connection to my moderm . I also have a Humax hdr - fox free view player/recorder . I need to connect the 3 hdmi out puts to my Hitachi P50TPO1U A. on my TV I have only 1 HDMI input. I have bought a portta 3x1 HDMI switcher which will connect to my TV. Will I be able to play my blu-ray and amplifier together through the splitter together so I receive blu-ray quality on my TV and surround sound through my Amp and 5 speaker system with a sub woofer. I am trying to set this up for my mother as her dvd home theater system has broken down and I have replaced it with my pioneer digital amp' I have also recently bought the blu-ray system to work in unison with the amp and TV. question will this work and if not how can i get it to work ? I look forward to hearing your replies / Thank You !

Why have you bought a splitter?

From what I gather, you have an Pioneer amp which has 3 HDMI inputs and 1 output. You want to connect your Blu-ray player and Freeview box to the amp. (Make sure they're in the inputs) then connect the Amp directly to the TV. (Via it's output)

You don't need the splitter. Your amp's HDMI ports aren't all output ports. Only 1 of the 4 is. The other 3 will be inputs. You'll get sound through the amp's speakers and the picture on the TV this way. :)
1 Like #23
Thank You for your quick response and information. I have tried this but my but i only received sound from my humax free view/recorder via amp (no picture). I connected the humax to the Tv by hdmi leads and connected the humax to the amp via RCA leads. The Humax is now working but the blu-ray requires me unplugging the humax HDMI cables and replacing it with the amp HDMI out and connecting to the hdmi connection on the TV. I will try faster 1.3 hdmi leads and connect in the manor stated by you and a technical assistant at Richard Sounds (i phoned). Thanks again and I will update my thread tomorrow, Fingers Crossed. LOL
1 Like #24
Just put your humax into HDMI 1 and your blu ray into HDMI 2 (both on your amp). Then HDMI from the HDMI out on your amp into the TV. Make sure you have the TV tuned to HDMI when amp is switched on, and amp on HDMI 1 or 2 depending which you want tp watch. You don't need faster HDMI leads and you don't need any RCA leads or splitters.

What model is your Pioneer amp so we can check?

Edited By: deeky on Jun 05, 2014 21:01
#25
pallyra
Thank You for your quick response and information. I have tried this but my but i only received sound from my humax free view/recorder via amp (no picture). I connected the humax to the Tv by hdmi leads and connected the humax to the amp via RCA leads. The Humax is now working but the blu-ray requires me unplugging the humax HDMI cables and replacing it with the amp HDMI out and connecting to the hdmi connection on the TV. I will try faster 1.3 hdmi leads and connect in the manor stated by you and a technical assistant at Richard Sounds (i phoned). Thanks again and I will update my thread tomorrow, Fingers Crossed. LOL

If you got sound and picture from your humax to your TV then it definitely should have outputted through your amp. You shouldn't have to buy anything. If you still want to though, please don't listen to the salesmen who will push expensive cables on you. HDMI is digital and buying more expensive cables, won't give you a better picture. :)

As Deeky said above though, let us know your amp model number and the humax box number too. We'll be able to help you further. :)
#26
Thank you all for your replies, my system is up and working but another problem has ocurred when i watch netflix through pansonic DMP-BD 81 blue ray disc player my digital amplifer VSX 520K will turn off loosing sound and vision this only occurs when viewing netflix ?
#27
pallyra
Thank you all for your replies, my system is up and working but another problem has ocurred when i watch netflix through pansonic DMP-BD 81 blue ray disc player my digital amplifer VSX 520K will turn off loosing sound and vision this only occurs when viewing netflix ?

I don't really have an answer for you on that one. Perhaps Deeky might be able to help. I'm sure he'll be back. :)

Glad to hear it's all set up now though. :)
1 Like #28
when i watch netflix through pansonic DMP-BD 81 blue ray disc player my digital amplifer VSX 520K will turn off loosing sound and vision this only occurs when viewing netflix it may play for 4 minutes, 7 minutes and theirs no pattern to the loss of sound and vision. when i turn the amp on the program/movie that I am watching has jumped forward in the scene. I have no Idea ?????
#29
pallyra
when i watch netflix through pansonic DMP-BD 81 blue ray disc player my digital amplifer VSX 520K will turn off loosing sound and vision this only occurs when viewing netflix it may play for 4 minutes, 7 minutes and theirs no pattern to the loss of sound and vision. when i turn the amp on the program/movie that I am watching has jumped forward in the scene. I have no Idea ?????

Might be a long shot, but is the firmware up to date on your player? Any chance you can connect it to the internet and update it?
#30
it is connected to the internet by ethernet cable. the blu ray is new its the first time it has been used and the updates are on automatic, Thanks for your time Bid
#31
Sorry, no idea. I suggest you either try calling the Panasonic tech help line 0844 844 3899 or join AVForums and ask in there http://www.avforums.com/
#32
I have a similar problem. I own a Sony Bravia TV and a Yamaha amplifier RV-677 and cant get a picture on my TV when i am playing a DVD on my Blue Ray player, its never been a problem in the past but in the past two months i cant get a picture, DVD recorder works fine, DVD recorder and Blue Ray player work through the TV direct. Amplifier has been checked by Richer Sounds and all HDMI outputs are working fine. Anyone got any ideas.

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