Question about JVC Televison & Video
My plastation 3 will connect via the hdmi perfectly but the laptop will not. The problem isn't the laptop because my friends laptop does not work on the tv either. My laptop also connects to other tv's via the hdmi perfectly. I am under the impression that it can't be the cable because hdmi cables should work with whatever device they are connected to. The tv model is JVC LT-46ds9bj What is the problem?
The tv might not be able or new enough to handle the picture of a laptop or computer check to see if it is able to
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hdmi Issue
Most new HDMI DVD players use High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP)on the HDMI output.If you try to play this on an older TV that is not compliant with these new standards it will not work.This standard came out late in 2004 that is why your older player still works. There is also a service bulletin from JVC about upgrading the software on your TV for HDMI compatiblity issues.If you want a pdf file of the bulletin I can send it to you.
Posted on Sep 11, 2007
SOURCE: I am trying to connect
by befault your dvd recorder is transmiting signals via component video, so what you need to do is this connect both cable HDMI and Component or just a video cable then go into setup and then select video out via HDMI your video will go off on the screen and then with TV remote slect input source HDMI on TV and it should work fine.
Posted on May 10, 2008
I had the same problem with my JVC projection tv. It would flash green, then go to regular picture then back to green flashes. Not sure if this is the solution you were looking for, but I was able to get a good crisp picture using composite cables instead of the HDMI cable.
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
I have run into this issue alot. I believe its because of a older version of HDMI 1.1. Quick solution is to hookup the cable box with component cables(yprpb) to utilize the HD picture still and then do some research to see if Mitsubishi has a firmware update on your particular model.
Posted on Aug 18, 2010
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