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Screen flicker when selecting Blu-Ray player w/ HDMI-1 selected.

Setup the player (Phillips BDP7200). Went thru the Player setup menu and selected mostly "Auto" for most settings. The screen flickers when there is no disc in the player and when viewing a DVD. When viewing a Blu-Ray disc, it stops flickering. I'm using a Mitsubishi 60" DLP. I've selected HDMI-1 input. TV recognizes the input and prompts me to select the type of device connected to HDMI-1. I select Blu-Ray and exit with no problem. I have canceled out the player being bad by using it at my cousins house. The problem does not duplicate when using HDMI-2 on the Mitsubishi.

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Something to remember is that most HDMI setups on TV's have what is called a DVI/HDMI port, I would suggest not using anything on that port that isnot converted from DVI to HDMI. I bet if you look, that HDMI 1 on yours....

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