TELEVISION & AV/ RECEIVER CONNECTIVITY

FROGIT

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Hi all, Recently I bought an AV/Receiver (STR-DA1200ES) after connecting up all my other machines, also connecting my HDMI cables, I found out I could not use my 46" SONY BRAVIA HD?Television without having to switch ON my AV/Receiver. I found this very annoying because the policy is to save using electricity in this day and age. Today I telephoned SONY at WEYBRIDGE to see if I can overcome this problem, but I had negative results from them, they informed that nothing can be done, it is a design problem, I find it strange that SONY did not think of a way to overcome the problem when they designed the receiver. In other words I have to grin and bear it, so much for the greenhouse effect. Regards :- FROGIT
 

Andrew Everard

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I can understand that you can't watch sources connected to the TV via the receiver without turning the receiver on, but do you mean you physically can't turn to TV on - for example to watch a regular analogue or Freeview broadcast - without the receiver being switched on? What's the TV? I'll do some checking...
 

FROGIT

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Hi Andrew
In answer to your comments, Ordinary analogue stations are very poor in this area, Freeview will not be available until
2009/10. I have not bothered trying the analogue stations, reception very poor.
I own a SONY KDL-46S2030 HD/Television (BRAVIA)

Regards :- FROGIT

PS :- I have cured the speaker problems, by selecting DOLBY Pro-Logic llx
 

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