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Is my tv compatible with a blueray player

I've tried going through the menu, but all I can get is a "not supported mode" message on the screen.

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Yes.

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SOURCE: Samsung TV Mode not supported message

check to see if the output is set to 480i. HDMI does not support 480i - http://samsungplasmatvfaq.com/index.php/Display_settings

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Have you used a scart cable? Then use av in menu and connections.

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SOURCE: Mode not supported message

ok there should be be a setting in the menu probably called video source depends on what model it is, make sure you put it on hdmi,this should do it, let me know if it helps

Posted on Apr 18, 2010

SOURCE: Plasma tv showing "Mode not supported" message

YOU HDMI SWITCHER IS DEFECT OR YOUR TV IS NOT COMPATIBLE

Posted on Apr 26, 2010

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SOURCE: 'MODE NOT SUPPORTED' message appears on my TV screen

i have samsung 22' lcd series 4 tv but i connected it with the dvd player via hdmi it shows mode not supported. but the same dvd works very well on another samsung lcd of same configuratition. please help me

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