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Anyway of upgrading TV to support HDCP? Will not support HDMI w/o it/

Use Comcast as TV service provider, which uses HDCP. However the LG TV is not compliant. Have to use YPrPb cable.

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Look on ebay for an adapter try "HDCP to HDMI adapter" as a string i wont look but i can bet your not the only one
and some guys are good to solve simple wires and balance issues

Posted on Nov 30, 2014

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Add a HDMI-EDID or TMDS-EDID emulator between your TV and the sources of your HDMI input. The emulator will help the non-HDCP compliant old HDMI TV acts as HDCP -compliant one.

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SOURCE: HDMi ( no signal, not supported) doesn't work with Dmr

I have lost my manual for the lct27ta. Have you gone into the menu and setup the hdmi port?

Posted on Dec 09, 2007

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Return set!
Akai Tv is not HDCP compatible. Nothing worked akai was not very helpful. This model , a 2006. aparently will not communicate will the newer HDMI devices.
RETURN SET IF POSSIBLE. NO SOLUTION FOR THIS PROBLEM!

Posted on Jan 04, 2008

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SOURCE: HDMI Cable problem

Well, first you might want to try another hdmi connection behind your TV.If it appears to have the same message,you need to check your TV setup and be sure the HDMI video is active.
Secondly,go with the recommendation of the set top box.You will use component video cable to connect from your set top box component video output(Y PR PB) to your TV (Y PR PB) and see if that actually work.If so,just use the cable box for the time being and call your cable company for another cable box to replace this one!
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Posted on Nov 11, 2008

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SOURCE: "Display connected non-HDCP compliant" error

The HDMI cable was causing "Display connected non-HDCP compliant" error message to appear.
When I reconnected my DVD to TV using regular cable with 3 color connectors(i don't know what is the proper name for that cable) that error message no longer appears on my screen and I was able to watch my movie normally.

Posted on May 18, 2009

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SOURCE: Non-HDCP Compliant Error

The HDMI cable was causing "Display connected non-HDCP compliant" error message to appear.
When I reconnected my DVD to TV using regular cable with 3 color connectors(i don't know what is the proper name for that cable) that error message no longer appears on my screen and I was able to watch my movie normally.

Posted on May 18, 2009

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I have a 2009 Lg 37lh30 Tv and for the most part it works until recently. I am now getting a HDCP rejection when using an Apple tv or Roku and no screen when using my bluRay Player (which use to work


Some TV's & cables are not HDCP compliant . Sometimes you can replace the cable to fix the problem & other times you have to replace the tv because its not HDCP compliant . First check to see if your tv is HDCP compliant .

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I have a Samsung C230 LED monitor and I'm wondering if I can use it with a Roku XD/S in place of a TV via the hdmi cable?


as far as i can tell this monitor is not HDCP compliant ( High Def Copy Protection ) and therefore will not be suitable as a TV monitor. Computers can use non HDCP compliant monitors but TV Tuners, Satellite Receivers, DVD players etc with HDMI are HDCP compliant and must have a HDCP display... HDMI has two formats basically HDCP and non HDCP

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Upgraded Sky+ to Sky +HD, but I now have a messages saying this display does not support HDCP?


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.

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I was watching a movie on my telstra t-box and something popped up saying that my tv needs to support HDCP what do i do?


Hi I work at Telstra... the below might help you.
HDCP means High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection and is used to protect high value content like movies. Assuming you're using an HDMI cable to connect your T-Box to your TV, the problem could be that your TV is not recognising the HDCP protecting the Movie. This could relate to the age of the TV and the software on it being older as well.
There are two possible fixes for this. One is to simply change from using HDMI to component (red, green and blue) or composite (yellow) connections. Two; your TV might be 'upgradeable' so check the manufacturers website support section to see if you can download new software to upgrade it.

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Have a new blue ray with an lg hi def tv hooked up to a motorolla receiver only 1 hdmi port on tv how would i connect the blue ray


I am guessing your motorolla is a cable box, so I would just run component off that and use HDMI from the bluray, bc the picture that the motorolla boxes puts out is horrible anyway plus they have a lot of problems with HDCP. So just use component off that and it will save a lot of headaches

Sep 07, 2010 | Televison & Video

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Will not play movie - continually displays "Copyrighted Movie HDMI HDCP frail with TV "


There are several reasons for this but exactly knowing which is one isn't possible without first knowing what products you are using such as your connector, player and television.
HDCP is the acronym for high definition content protection. It is a digital signature embedded into the disc software designed to prevent copying of the disc. On certain occasions due to the hardware such as the HDMI port on the television, or the connection type, the signal will not be allowed to pass through. The HDMI port on the television may not be HDCP compliant for example. In this case if possible you can try a different HDMI input on the TV if available or use the component video input instead.

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Switching from comcast to verizon fios my rx-v663


This usually means your receiver is not passing the HDCP copyright protection correctly. Try using component cables instead, if your receiver supports it.

Nov 25, 2009 | Yamaha RX-V663 Receiver

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I have the 47" XVT series LCD Vizio, and notice a distinctive "slow-motion" moment pretty often when watching hd tv shows. Is there a quick fix? Do i need to upgrade from the manufacturers hdmi cable that...


First check your settings options on how the tv handles HD signals. the settings determine how fast the transition periods are when sampling pixels interlaced or progressive. Be sure the tv is on auto-set for 420p-1080i input signals.

if the problem is still there:

Yes, try using a better grade HDMI cable with better impedance characteristics. this is a good idea anyway but probably not the cause of this problem.

if the problem is still there:

Check the software compatibility between the tv's media input devices and the tv. The tv software may need upgrading and your cable provider should do this for you as well as the manufacturer of the tv.


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How to Hook up HDMI from Comcast Motarola Cable Box


Connect the HDMI outputs on your various components to the HDMI inputs on your receiver. Connect the HDMI output on the receiver to the input on your TV. HDMI incorporates digital audio, so no need to buy optical audio cables. If your receiver does not have HDMI inputs for all your components, you will need to make a choice. HDMI = Best, component video + optical audio = second best, S-video+ optical audio = third best

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