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Master Geek
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Topic # 26375 20-Sep-2008 17:29
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Hi

Has anyone managed to get Mysky HDi and Joytech Trilink HDMI extender to work?

I have plugged everything in but I dont get any picture on MySkyHDi.


Thanks


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 165919 21-Sep-2008 09:14
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Hi, Do you get a picture when switched to other HDMI sources?

DMC

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  Reply # 166030 21-Sep-2008 14:14
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Yes - I had a spare one after upgrading to another piece of kit and took it around to a work colleague who had just installed a myskyhdi and a sony HTB and it worked perfectly - they have had no problems during the last three weeks

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 166066 21-Sep-2008 17:29
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All items in the chain can be important so where the HDi and Trilink might work in the DMC example, change the display and you may get a different result.



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  Reply # 166070 21-Sep-2008 18:22
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Interesting..

I plugged MySKY HDi into port 1 and a dvd into port 2.

The dvd works when I switch to port 2 but nothing when I go to port 1.

Stuzzo: you mention 'change the display and you may get a different result.' DO you mean change the input on the LCD TV? I have a Sony. 

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  Reply # 166081 21-Sep-2008 19:46
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I suspect stuzzo means a different display, eg a samsung.  FYI I successfully used the trilink on my sony tv (a three year old V series) and my work colleague also has a sony tv - probably about two years old I think

Presume you have tried with just the mysky in the trilink and nothing else as a proof of concept?  I had a matrix HDMI switcher which I had to exchange when it refused to work with a freeview box and an eva8000 plugged in at the same time.  Having a PS3 and the freeview worked fine, add the eva and it would not work properly

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