mjones have you tried a RYW av cord as a connection, or even a coax?
They had them on sale at Best Buy for $149.99. :smile:
Monoprice is the way to go. I've bought 3 from them.
I had similar issues with both my Mediacom receiver and PS3.
I was one of those who had it "just work" in the end, but I think resetting (unplug for several seconds) is what detected the new output.
Also - painfully obvious - but MJones, are you sure your input is selected correctly on the LG? :wink:
I got these for my HDMIs
Signals going across cables are represented by voltage changes. A digital signal is represented by voltage changing between two discrete states. On longer runs, with lower quality cables, those voltage states become difficult or impossible to detect, and make the bitstream impossible to resolve for the end devices. The higher the resolution, the closer the bits have to be to one another (since you are moving more data in a given amount of time), and the higher quality the cable needs to be.
For 95% of cable runs, though, the cheapies are just as good as the most expensive ones. If you're connecting devices less than 10 feet apart, get the cheapest cables you can.
Also, never buy ANY cable from Best Buy. You will pay 5-10x as much for them as they are worth.
Don't pay too much because HDMI 1.4 is right around the corner and it will include internet.