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My Yamaha S1700 DVD player does not play HD dvd's. In most cases the 1 or the other error message "unknown format" or "unknown disc" appears. Why is this ? The DVD is connected to a fully HD compatible Sony Bravia LCD TV by proper cabling. Regards Gordon

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  • gordon_mcder Nov 17, 2008

    Many thanks for the swift reply.

    I was under the impression that it supported HDMi digital audio/vidio output (1080). Have I misunderstood the spec ?

    Best regards

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I just looked at spec's and they don't mention HD Are you sure it is supposed to play HD DVD's?

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

  • BJ Russell Nov 17, 2008

    HD-DVD's are one thing and HDMI is a standard.

    Look it up on Wikipedia and you may understand it better. By the way, HD-DVD is now obsolete.


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