HDMI® Output in Sony® VAIO Y Series Laptop
Role of HDMI® Output in Sony VAIO Y Series
Sony VAIO Y Series is one of the Sony's newest machines. It is equipped with Intel O2 Duo processor having 1.30GHZ speed and it offers huge performance rate. HDMI is a High Definition Multimedia Interface for transmitting audio/video through a single cable. With the HDMI you can transfer the images from your laptop to the television. The main role of HDMI output is that without quality loss you can deliver sound and vision. To prevent unauthorized copying of protected material, High Bandwidth Digital Content Protection software is included within HDMI.
Several issues might happen to the HDMI output on Sony VAIO Y series. Some of these issues and tips to fix these issues are given below:
- Yellow light problem
- Unable to display images
- Low quality audio
Yellow light problem
When you connect your laptop to television, sometimes yellow light problem might occur. In the television light, you can only see a yellow light and the screen flickers. If such a problem occurs, you can fix that by replacing the HDMI cable. Using low quality cheap cables causes these problems. It is better to use original HDMI cable.
Unable to display images
Sometimes you might not be able to see anything in the television screen. This might be due to the incompatibility between your laptop and television. The resolution of TV and the laptop might not be similar. By altering the resolution you can avoid this problem. Lower the color settings or resolution of your laptop to that of television.
Low quality audio
Sometimes the sound might not be produced or you can hear only feeble sound. This is because, sometimes the HDMI device do not support audio signals. If this sound problem occurs, then upgrade your HDMI. You can use additional external speakers to avoid this problem. Performance can be made better by additional speakers.