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PSVR works great, I have all the cords setup correctly (checked 4 times), however the graphics controller is not sending a signal to the TV so I can view what's going inside the PSVR visor simultaneously.
Yeah mine isn't working either. I can see things through the headset but the images aren't showing on the tv
The PS4 is hooked up to a Sony BRAVIA XBR46HX929 and it doesn't matter if I turn on the PSVR or PS4 or TV first, I would not get any signal. The PS VR works fine, but I would like other people to see what is being displayed on the TV.
I updated the TV's firmware today.
I updated the PS4 firmware to 4.01
I updated the PSVR software to 2.00
Do you have Bravia Synch turned on (or HDMI Control on non-Soy TVs)?
Try disabling that to see if it helps.
Thanks for your reports. It may sound obvious, but can you confirm if you have tried the following please?
1. Try swapping the PS4 to processor unit HDMI cable and the processor unit to TV HDMI cable.
2. Try using a different HDMI cable between your PU and your TV (if you have one).
3. Try using a different HDMI input on your TV.
I will try these as soon as my workday is done so i can get back to my console...@KingGobbo
I had a few extra HDMI cables, nothing worked. My Samsung TV still says no signal. I tied disabling the Anyconnect +, and still no change. I using different output resolutions (including automatic) with the PS4 settings, still no luck...
Tried all suggedtions(as noted in my comments below) All HDMI cables work fine with other devices, and the same with all HDMI ports from the TV. It's an issue with the output from the PU. Any other suggestions? It's extremely frustrating when I'm trying to explain it to someone who hasn't tried VR but I can't see what they're doing.@KingGobbo
Okay, update here. I tried it on the television in another room, and it's working fine. The TV in the main room is a Mitsubishi DLP style TV. It must have something to do with the compatibility. All other devices operate fine, though.@KingGobbo
I've done all of these things, video to the VR headset works fine, video from ps4 to tv works fine (when I unhook the vr and processor) and both HDMI ports on the tv work. Once I introduce the processor the tv signal goes to no signal.@KingGobbo
I've tried all of those options and none work....@KingGobbo
I still have the same problem except the picture isn't coming up on the tv or vr!@KingGobbo
Mine too I’m currently having same problem same tv. Smh I knew it was the tv@HARBIINJER
Yes. I have swapped out cables. First I Only used expensive gold plated High end Monster Cables. Then I tried the cheapies that come with it, then a combo. Right now only the Sony ones are being used for everything.@KingGobbo
Same problem here. I even tried disconnecting my psvr (physically and turning off device in the menu) and hooking up directly to the TV. Still no signal. I can only view the screen in the headset at this point. Help!
Same here, no signal on launch PS4, I tried psvr on PS3 and it work fine in cinema mode without problem!!! HDMI cable have no problem, its PS4 HDMI output fails, or HDCP is bug"error". Some tried to reinstall ps4 system?
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