I'm trying to connect my Sony Blue-Ray to Sony Bravia LCD TV and the sound is working buy No Picture. Have lost my manuals... What Do I Do??
Hi there and welcome to Just Answer. I'm Steve. Thanks for asking your question. I'm sorry to hear about your issue.
How are the two connected? HDMI maybe??
I don't think so. I've got the Red/Blue/Green Cables and the Red/White (for audio). The Audio is crystal clear, but the TV Picture is dark with some background movement.
So you do have an image then?
What do the TV's menus look like? Are they similarly dark?
I've got NO Image. The Menus are clear pictures. Can't get the DVD Remote to pull up the Menus (can only get the TV Remote to pull up the TV's menus).
When the DVD is playing, the TV Screen has no picture, but I can see some movement in the background. I hope that helps.
Is there a Specific TV Channel that I need to be tuned into in order for DVD to show up on the Screen? The Bottom Left of TV Screen says Audio connected but Video no.
The TV has to be listening to the correct input. Press INPUT on the Sony TV remote. If you see nothing press it again.
Do you have the red green and blue cables connected to the red green and blue jacks on the TV? That's important.
The TV "Input" is showing Blu-Ray. Perfect Sound, but the Picture is darkish/murky. Does it matter what TV Channel I'm on?
It's frustrating because the audio is working fine...but the video isn't.
Hi, my name is XXXXX XXXXX i think I can be of some help. You should have the two units connected with an HDMI cable. This will replace the red,green,blue cables. The RGB cables will only pass 720P max. to the TV and most Sony's have the capability of displaying 1080P resolution. The HDMI cable connecting the two, will also allow for the 2 units to 'talk' to each other, ie. Powering up just the blu ray will automatically power up the TV and switch to the proper input on the TV automatically. This will probably eliminate the problem with the picture issue. Knowing that the menu images are displayed OK I am assuming that the TV is OK, but the problem is either the cables or that one RGB input. Let me know how this works. You will need to procure an HDMI cable though.
Over 30 years in the electronics industry in both sales, service and installation.