Question about Panasonic VIERA TH-C50FD18 50 in. Plasma HDTV
I played with going to another HDMI outlet and then back to the original and it seems to quickly reset itself and the message dissappeared!
Posted on Dec 07, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes your tv is hdcp compliant.
This may not help but often when this message comes up it is the hdmi cable you are using. I do not know whether or not you are using an hdmi to dvi cable or an adaptor or and hdmi to hdmi connection. The cables available for purchase at beachaudio.com are not expensive but they usually work when you need to try another hdmi cable because of this particular message.
Posted on May 10, 2010
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SOURCE: game console and plasma displays
You did not list which console you have and what type of cables it has.
Looks like your plasma has:
If this is an xbox360 or PS3 then you will want to use the component connection, but this one is already used by the cable tuner. Don't worry there is a solution. The xbox360 and ps3 output a higher resolution that your plasma can handle, so use the component with those systems.
If it is an older console, predating the xbox360, then use the composite or S-video connections.
Since you are short on video inputs, you might need a video switch. A switch with both component and S-video connections for future add-ons.
You can find them all over the web, or your local video store like walmart and best buy. Here is a switch i found on ebay that should work:
here is the ebay search i used:
Make sure you buy extra cables, most of these boxes do not come with cables, so buy what you need.
I prefer video switches that don't require a power outlet, but it's your choice. Some of the powered switches, have remotes for the lazy people, but I don't need anymore remotes on my table, keep that in mind.
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
To solve need more info if this is still a problem.
Is your comcast dvr connected directly to the tv, and also the DVD connected directly to the TV?
If so then you will need to change the input selection on your tv remote to determine which inputs these devices are connected to.
If you are connected differently, please post how your devices are connected.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
Usually when you have a red tint when using the component input i'ts because the wires are switched on one end or one of the 3 video wires is bad. See if blue and green are switched.I see this all the time. Is your picture grainy on all input?
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
After reading your post a couple of times, it just seems your are in a little of a pickle here. The only thing I can suggest, since your tv will work with fios and not the your BD player(I assuming your using the same port on the tv with the same hdmi cable), is all about firmware. Maybe your tv is not compatible with the the BD player. Try updating the firmware on the tv.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
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