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Sony blu ray player doesn't work with Yamaha receiver

I have a Yamaha rx-v2600 a/v receiver and today unplugged my old Sony blu-ray GDP-s570 and plugged in the new Sony bdp-s5100. The new player powers on fine but nothing gets thru the receiver. I only wanted the new BD player for the 2.4Ghz wifi, not sure it's worth buying a new receiver. The BD player works when connected directly to the tv, and the older BD player had no problems. Any ideas why the new player would not work with the receiver when the older one worked fine (except the slow wifi!)? Thanks!

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  • Jon Hill Dec 30, 2013

    Hi Brenda Cross, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? Are you using HDMI cables?

  • Brenda Cross
    Brenda Cross Dec 30, 2013

    Jon - I am using HDMI cables through the system. When at first the new BD player didn't work, I replaced the cable from the BD player to the receiver with one marked "high speed", just in case. I also "re-booted" the power to the whole system (surge protector), just in case. I checked the other 2 HDMI cable connections, one from the tV to the receiver and the other from the receiver to the cable box. These cables are also marked "high speed" HDMI cables. Finally, I plugged the old BD player back in to see if it still worked with the new cable and the old BD player worked fine. Thanks again for any ideas!

  • Brenda Cross
    Brenda Cross Jan 01, 2014

    It was an HDMi compatibility prob, I plugged the HDMI cable directly to the tv for video, and used the digital coax out to the receiver and it works fine.

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