Question about Philips DVDR3576H DVD Recorder
Philips has a complex HDCP key on its HDMI ports that makes it a bit "glitchy" when compared to other manufacturers. Usually the problem can be fixed by swapping the ends of the HDMI cable - the end that is plugged into the TV should be plugged into the Philips, and then end that is currently plugged into the Philips should be plugged into the TV. This is called "hotswapping," and will turn off a specific HDCP setting that is interfering with the functions.
Also, perhaps first even, make sure the Philips source is set to HDMI - press the HDMI button on the Philips remote.
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Posted on Dec 25, 2008
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