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Is my plasma tv compatible with a blue ray player?

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Be sure you are using a high quality HDMI cable.

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YOU HDMI SWITCHER IS DEFECT OR YOUR TV IS NOT COMPATIBLE

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If the Samsung TV remote will not operate a Samsung Blueray player, I would say there is something wrong with the Blueray player then, Otherwise if you need a downloadable manual go to the following website and enter the model number you have. i hope that helps : )

http://www.samsung.com/us/support/

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SOURCE: HDMI input says "mode not compatible"

If your Playstation is putting out the signal in 1080p then try changing it to 1080i and see if that works. Not all TVs are compatible with 1080p.

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