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Mitsubishi DVI input does not work

My manual says the DVI input is hdcp compliant but I can't get my cable box, DVD player or anything to show a picture. Is there something I need to set?

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  • greeves Oct 21, 2007

    I believe I tried all the different resolutions and it did not seem to help. I would try again now but my TV is in the middle of a blinking light no turn on fit. Is there anything else I could try when the TV decides to boot up again?



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DVI input only supports 720p, so if you have your settings at 1080i or 1080p in your cable box or dvd player, it won't show a picture.

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Page 18 of the manual, you shouldn't need to do steps 2 or 3.

1.Connect the HDMI or DVI to HDMI connection cable from the output of the HDTV set top box or DVD player to the HDMI input as shown on the AVC Center below.
2.With DVI output, connect the cable from the AUDIO OUT R of the HDTV set top box or DVD player to the INPUT (AUDIO/R) jack.
3.With DVI output, connect the cable from the AUDIO OUT L of the HDTV set top box or DVD player to the INPUT (AUDIO/L) jack.
4.Press the INPUTS button, then select INPUTS 1 or 2 to view the program from the HDTV set top box or DVD player. The VIDEO OSD label disappears automatically after approximately four seconds.
5.Select ANT A or B from the INPUTS menu to return to the previous channel.
NOTES:1. Completely insert the connection cord plugs when connecting to rear panel jacks. The picture and sound that is played back will be abnormal if the connection is loose.
2. The HDMI input on INPUT 1 or 2 contains the copy protection system called High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP). HDCP is a cryptographic system that encrypts video signals when using HDMI connections to prevent ******* copying of video contents.
3.HDMI is not a "NETWORK" technology. It establishes a one-way point-to-point connection for delivery of uncompressed video to a display.
4.The connected digital output device controls the HDMI interface so proper set-up of device user settings determines final video appearance.

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Playing blue ray movies on jvc dla sx21 projector

It should work right away. Try again, restart the projector and ps3 make sure everything is connected and the input on the projector is on dvi.

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PS3 dosen't work on Samsung Sync Master 730bf

The Samsung 730BF is not HDCP compliant. This is a requirement for HDMI playback for consoles and DVD players etc. - most newer monitors with DVI connectors are also HDCP compliant.

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I cannot get sound when using an HDMI with my Panasonic Viera TC-L32X2 LCD. I have tried three different HDMI cables, I'm highly confident that is not the problem. My cable provider had to override...

Is this TV new or new to you? I suggest you check two parts of the Audio > Advanced Audio menu. First check if the TV speakers are set to on. Next check the HDMI audio setting. This should be set to Digital. (There is an analog option that works with DVI to HDMI cables and older HDMI cables that aren't fully HDMI compliant. For these situations, you connect an audio cable between the cable box and TV. I believe your audio cable needs to have a 3.5 MM (M) end at the TV and plugs in at the computer audio input.)

Since your cable provider turned off the HDCP (high definition copy protection), it's possible that the cable box is treating the cable as being incapable of carrying the audio. Try using the Analog audio option, described above. You may want to check if your cables are fully-compliant with the HDMI specification (and HDCP). Then get the HDCP enabled in the cable box. Similarly, check the audio output settings for the cable box. (If you can access the Settings for the cable box without a service call, you should look at the Audio and Display settings. My cable box has Display options for HDMI versus DVI cables, as well as a choice for Digital Audio for the HDMI option in the Display sub-menu.)

I hope these ideas help. If you need more information, add a comment with the settings for your Audio and Display settings. The manual is available on the TC-L32X2 support page, . The direct link to the manual is currently . See page 28 for the Audio menu options. Since you tried three cables, I think the odds of all three being bad is slim.

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Cant get hd to work

What is HDCP?

HDCP stands for High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection, a copy protection scheme to eliminate the possibility of intercepting digital data midstream between the source to the display. The format designed by Intel and licensed by Digital Content Protection, LLC using an authentication and key exchange procedure before video and audio is presented. Products compatible with the HDCP scheme such as DVD players, satellite and cable HDTV set-top-boxes, as well as few entertainment PCs requires a secure connection to a compliant display, the process often described as the handshake. Due to the increase in manufacturers employing HDCP in their equipment, it is highly recommended that any HDTV you purchase is compatible. Although most video devices support high-definition video over component output, analog connections are scheduled to phase out in the future or possibly forced to limited resolutions output.

Why is it important to me?

Although manufacturers are still making most products with at least component HD output, new generation of products like HD-DVD and Blu-Ray devices will limit the analog output resolution (Analog defined as Component or RGBHV). The highest resolutions these devices can output (720p/1080i/1080p) will be available on via the digital (DVI or HDMI) connections that employ HDCP encryption. Any new HDTV purchase should have a digital HDCP compatible input.

It is important to note that HDCP is currently not a standard used in PC monitors, and almost none of these displays have Component inputs. Although PC monitors are HDTV capable, HDCP encryption limits this type of use. If you use an HTPC and want to ensure dual use of your new flat panel display, look for HDCP compatibility.


How does it work?
A simple answer is that an HDCP session will result in the exchange of keys between the source and display device. The source device will query the display to make sure that the equipment is HDCP compliant before video is shown. Non-HDCP devices such as PC's and older model DVI products will work with any DVI compliant display, but the HDCP compliant boxes will show an image only on HDCP compliant display.
Other products affected by HDCP are scalers, switchers, and splitters (distribution amps). While these devices do no authentication for key exchange, they must be able to transmit the presence of HDCP if the video is handled (processed) in any way. Due to the two different formats of digital connections, occasional inability for proper communications may result in loss of interoperability. The newer format, HDMI was designed to be backwards compatible with DVI and in most instances, the two signal types are easily adaptable, but older devices may not always work well with in-line devices like scalers or switchers. These problems can sometimes be fixed in "firmware' although that is not always the case. Incompatibility is often displays on-screen as a snowy image or an error message.
Hope this explains it for you.

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I cannot view HD channels (from freeview HD box) through my Sony str-dh810. I've narrowed the problem down to something called HDCP. When HDCP is on, I cannot view anything from my freeview box. Turning...

This piece of information should solve your problem:

High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) is a form of Digital Rights Management (DRM).
There is a licensing body that issues licenses for HDCP devices. Each HDCP-compliant device, like your Blu-ray player or Xbox, has a license and the ability to talk to the receiving device on the other end of the HDMI cable. The outputting device says "Hey display! Are you HDCP compliant? Here is my license, show me your license!" The display (or other HDCP compliant device) returns with "Why yes, I am legit! Here is my license!" When that process works, it happens within a thousandth of a second and you, the consumer, never even notice. You power on your Blu-ray player or DVR, it makes nice with your HDTV, and you live a happy life never knowing what HDCP even is.
if you have an older HDTV set that is not HDCP compliant then you cannot watch any HDCP compliant content on it. If you plug in your HDCP-compliant device to a non-compliant device, you'll either see a blank screen or an error message like "ERROR: NON-HDCP OUTPUT," "HDCP unauthorised," or simply "HDCP ERROR."
Short of buying a new television or giving up on your video game project the only way to deal with your HDCP compliance problem is to buy a cheap HDMI splitter that ignores HDCP requests.

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HDMI to DVI-D conversion problem. Not in compliance?

It souunds like te TV is having problems with the streaming data being applied Most plasmas with DVI connections were actually designed for PC type input signals  Unfortunately the TV's input may not be able to stand up to the stream of signal the DVD or cable box wants to display. You can try and lower the output of both devices to 720P Good luck to you

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HDCP compatible

There is no fix to this. basically HP did not make the HDCP very robust. It will DHCP with some DVD players, not all. HP is calling this a computer projector and down play the issue. No fix, try different DVD players. I had good luck with Toshiba HD.

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Hp hd dvd player for desktop wont play hd dvds

I had this problem. Turned out that I was using a DVI cable to connect my monitor to the video card, but my monitor was not HDCP compliant. Most HD-DVD's require the monitor to be HDCP compliant for digital output (i.e. over DVI or HDMI connections). Alternately, you can connect to your monitor via its analog (VGA) input instead, but you won't get HD output. I was able to do this using a VGA cable along with the VGA-DVI adapter for the video card output.

Cyberlink has a tool you can run to see if your system is capable of HD-DVD output.
When I ran it, it gave me a red flag telling me my monitor was not HDCP compliant

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