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Only @ Best BuyEasily switch between up to 4 HDMI source components with this HDMI switch that supports 1080p and 3D video for high-definition entertainment and 7.1 surround sound for impressive audio.
Compatible with most HDMI source components
Including Blu-ray Disc players, DVD players, digital cable and satellite boxes, gaming consoles and digital media players.
Connects up to 4 HDMI source components to a single HDMI input
Switches between HDMI ports automatically or with included remote.
A:AnswerYour TV has probably CEC enabled. This feature allows devices with CEC to communicate with each other, so when the TV turns off, it tells the switch to turn off as well. In order to stop this, you will need to disable the CEC controls. You will probably have to go under the settings and browse there to see if you can find CEC options.
A:AnswerI would recommend you attach HDMI cable to the switches output and connect that to the HDMI 1 input on the LG TV. Then connect the Cable box, dvd and Wii to the switches HDMI input 1, 2 & 3 inputs with their own HDMI cables. Set the TV to HDMI 1 input and change the switch to either 1, 2 or 3 depending on if you want to watch cable, dvd or play the Wii.
I hope that helps.
A:AnswerIs your HDMI-CEC turned on in your settings? I have a Samsung too and their CEC option on settings is called Anynet+. Having Anynet+ turned on actually did not work with the HDMI switch. Some people have success with Rocketfish switch, but in my case it would only work intermittently with my Samsung products, which was a deal-breaker for me. I tried two of them and kept having the same problem.
A:AnswerI'll give the super-short version of the longer answer I gave someone on a similar issue:
1.) Unplug everything all at once, including the power adapter, AND INCLUDING ALL HDMI CABLES for the HDMI switchbox. Note that HDMI cables provide very tiny amount of power and can prohibit full reset if plugged into the box.
2.) Push the selector button on the switchbox to discharge any power.
3.) Plug everything back in, and try changing HDMI ports by using the button on the switchbox to see if it's fried from your power spike. If it still works then the remote control should still work, too. If not, sounds like maybe you had a power hit when the power went out and may be time to visit Geeksquad.
A:AnswerThere are a variety of HDMI cords we offer, which differ in length, price, etc. It all depends on you and what your needs, budget, etc are to make a worthwhile decision. But to answer your question, any HDMI cable should work.
A:AnswerIf you are using a HDMI splitter to push the signal to both devices, the Computer is most likely going to see the splitter as the next device down stream, and therefore only show one display option.