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Video routinely "hiccups" when run through the receiver.

When I run my cable box and DVD player through the reciever, the video blacks out for a second every couple of minutes. this has only happened when running video through the receiver. to fix, my cable box component video goes straight to the TV (hitachi plasma) and i can successfully run the audio through the stereo this way. The DVD gets hooked up through the secondary video input on the TV. It would be nice to be able to run the whole thing through the receiver though. It's done this since it came out of the box, but I've never addressed the problem. any ideas?

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  • FOR3D Mar 27, 2008

    IT SEEMS AS THOUGH YOUR DVD HAS SOME HARDWARE IN IT THAT PICKS UP THE ANTI COPYING SIGNAL THE PICTURE GOING OFF AT REGULAR INTERVALS IS AN ANTI PIRATING DEVICE . BECAUSE YOUR DVD WORKS FINE THE OTHER WAY DOESNT IT?

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LOOKS LIKE THE ANTI PIRATING HARDWARE IN YOUR DVD WORKS

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