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Vsx-94txh i have a 94txh i got a sharp blu ray i hook it up by hdmi i get the blu ray name then it reads the disc then the screen go's blue i have sound. i also tried a sony blu ray it did the same thing. my toshiba hd-dvd player playes fine threw the hdmi.i had a ps3 threw the hdmi it played fine.i got the blu ray player for better when i hook it up to the samsung 71' 1080p tv playes fine so it has to be in the 94.i tried everthing.changed all the settings in it. PLEASE HELP ME thank you john

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If I'm not mistake, it's dependant on you monitor's ability to display 1080p. I believe the defaul setting on the 94TXH is to read the TV's max resolution and anything above will not feed.

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