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Compatibility with Samsung LCD Display

I have a Marantz DV4001 and was using it with a Hantarex Plasma TV on HDMI and it was fine getting both picture and sound through the HDMI.

Then bought a Samsung LCD LA40 a 1080p LCD Display. With the above DVD player I do not get sound and the screen goes Pink in color and the picture is solarized. When I connected the Toshiba HD DVD Player it works fine and I get sound and good picture using the same HDMI Cable. Please advise.

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  • mkharusi Jan 15, 2009

    Thank you for trying to help but as you are aware you cannot get 1080p on the component and is only able to produce on HDMI or DVI. So the suggestion to use component is not feasible.

    Have checked with Marantz and apparently there is a firmware to solve this problem. Am arranging to get the firmware and once done will advise you for future reference on such an issue.
    Muhammad Kharusi


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It sounds like the HDMI port on the back of your Marantz is damaged. if you know for sure that the HDMI port works on another tv still you might just use component connection because the visible difference between component and HDMI is not very recognizable.

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