Sony® VAIO JS Series HDMI® Output
What are the issues one can face with HDMI output in Sony VAIO JS Series?
Sony VAIO JS Series is included in the Sony range of desktops. The Intel Core processor and 4GB preinstalled memory capacity delivers high performance. Windows 7 Home Premium is installed in this series. The 500GB of hard disk drive can store large amount of data such as videos, photos etc. You can communicate with your friends easily with the ‘MOTION EYE’ camera. The most important feature of this is series is the High Definition Multimedia Interface or HDMI. This is used to transfer uncompressed digital data. The most important role of HDMI is to improve the quality of audio and digital data. The latest models have more enhanced features. HDMI sometimes causes some sort of problems. The most common problem is the interoperability. This might be due to the improper implementation. Incompatibility issues are also there. Physical connection issues also interrupt the working of HDMI cables. If the HDMI cables pull out easily, the signal would be lost. Sometimes the HDMI output fails to transmit signals to long distance.
The following are some tips to resolve HDMI issues
- Proper connectiont
- Invest in quality line conditioner
HDMI is compatible with 5gbps bandwidth and 1080p resolution HDTV signals. So the incompatibility issues will occur if the resolution and bandwidth is higher than the specified level. Also HDMI would be incompatible with some of the system requirements. So, to avoid these issues, you must know about the system requirements and verify whether the HDMI is suitable or not.
Sony VAIO JS Series users find that sometimes the HDMI fails to produce the correct output. This might due to improper hardware or due to the problems in the connection. If the HDMI cable is not properly plugged, then also unexpected result occurs. The only solution to this problem is proper cable connection.
Invest in quality line conditioner
The electric troubles also cause fluctuation in signals. If you install quality conditioners, they help the HDMI to work on the lower voltages also. Thus, audio or video quality keeps constant even in poor voltage conditions.