I had the same issues. It turns out that the mClassic a HDMI device is not comptabile with most of my HDMI cables, or more annyingly my HDMI Switcher.
Try a diffrent HDMI cable and going direct with out any splitters, fixed it for me.
Does this sound like the same issue?
Hello All. First, I just want to say thank you for a great product.
This has been looking great. I just have a very distinct issue with my
I'm having a lot of issues with my PS3. I don't know if it matters, but I have a 1st gen (fat model) PS3 - the original 60GB backwards-compatible PS3 from 2006.
The setup: PS3 into 4K HDMI Switch into mClassic into Samsung HD TV
What happens is that when using the PS3 on it's dedicated HDMI switch-channel, the TV will start off detecting the PS3 and display the PS3 on the TV - with the mClassic attached at the output-port on the HDMI receiver. The TV will drop it's signal from the PS3 frequently. For instance, I will load-up the PS3, select the channel on the HDMI switch, and when I launch a game, the signal will drop and my TV will not detect any signal - nothing. Eventually after playing around with the remote and TV settings (I have to toggle the HDMI Switch's channels then go back to the PS3, wait 30+ seconds, or reboot the HDMI switch), The PS3 will sometimes come back on, but the signal drops again when a game's loading or the PS3's menu is accessed, or some other hard-to-define moments.
the video output from the PS3, to HDMI switch, to mClassic, to TV loses
signal and I've isolated this to having to do with the mClassic in this
It should be noted that I do use the HDMI splitter, but I don't have ANY problems with this exact setup with other devices on the HDMI switch, The WiiU and Nintendo Switch on the same HDMI switch do not have this problem. It is looking more and more like the issue is directly related to the mClassic and my PS3.
I say that because