on 02-06-2012 07:50 AM
Not sure if this is the right section to put this, but here goes:
I have been trying to play a cd (Slash-Apocalyptic love. Really good!!) on my PS3, but it doesn't work correctly. It plays the songs,but its missing the lead guitar parts! There is nothing wrong witht the CD as it works on other PS3's and Cd players just fine, but on this particular PS3 it won't play correctly. The PS3 did the same thing with a music dvd and wont play the lead guitar parts either (coincidentally another Slash product). Can anyone help?
Sony Bravia KDL40X2000 LCD
80 GB "fat" PS3
Using HDMI output
on 02-06-2012 08:08 AM
Not sure on what might be causing this issue for you, but I have some troubleshooting tips which might help you find out.
From what you've described, I'm imagining that other CDs work fine as well.
Is your PS3 only connected to the TV via HDMI - not going through an amp, not using Optical / AV for audio?
If you use a headset, does this change the outcome?
Best thing I'd suggest -> go to Settings -> System Settings -> Restore Default Settings (this will remove only settings, no data - you will need to reenter your email address and password for your PSN account).
It may be there has been a setting changed somewhere and causing this issue.
If you can try connecting via AV instead of HDMI and see if the issue still occurs.
on 02-06-2012 11:28 AM
Thanks for the quick reply!
Firstly, I reset the default settings, but it still didnt work. So i plugged in some AV cables and it worked. So then I tried the oringil HDMI outlet on the TV and it didnt work. Confused, then I tried the secondary HDMI outlet on the TV and it works!
Weird! It seems one of my HDMI outlets on my Bravia has become faulty! Thats annoying! Hopefully my second one doesnt become faulty as well as I only have two! (Its an early Bravia version).
Thanks for your help mate!
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