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Can't get hd

Try the DVI connection with new hd dvd but nothing comes out only worked one time did not work anymore I know i put the right settings on dvd because it worked before but as now is not working bought two new sets of cables and didn't work.

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  • ozzo Feb 17, 2008

    toshiba 5000 i Know there is some thing wrong because it was working i saw a movie but now it seems like the dvi doesn't detect the signal from the dvd

  • ozzo Feb 17, 2008

    i have two brand new dvd players

  • ozzo Feb 17, 2008

    it only works with the regular input like red,white and yellow inputs but not with the HDMI input but it worked before

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Hmmm..so there's no signal from the TV DVI connection? what DVD are you trying to drive with this connection?

Posted on Feb 16, 2008

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    Patrick Michaels Feb 17, 2008

    ok..that's not a good sign. Does the DVD appear to be working at all. The issue may be there, instead of the tv..any way to check the output of the Toshiba for certain good operation. That's a lot simpler than troubleshooting the JVC..


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    Patrick Michaels Feb 17, 2008

    ok..so...now it's a signal compatibility issue with the DVD's and the TV...This will take a little research, with the input/output specs. I suspect that there's a mismatch between the devices(might be signal impedance, but I suspect a more detailed issue). I'll look into this in next few hours, and see what I come up with. Seems odd it was working ok. I'm assuming that neither of the DVD's are functioning with your JVC, correct?

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    Patrick Michaels Feb 17, 2008

    ok..so we're talking about the HDMI connector..that helps a ton..back soon.

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    Patrick Michaels Feb 17, 2008

    ok..you may not like this, but here's what I learned. The JVC HDMI, according to the published materials from their site(look in support/knowledge base) are only compatible with JVC compatible HD units. This is NOT unusual, since the whole HD situation is in flux, with everyone trying to grab market share.

    Toshiba's website, professes that their product is compatible with ALL HDMI compatibility connections.

    The rub? No one is adjudicating this on a standards level. The EU(you) is the only person that appears to have the option to find out what's compatible and what's not.

    And there are no HDMI converter boxes or technologies.

    My recommend?

    The DVD's are cheaper than the TV. don't know which one you bought first, but I'd see if there's a JVC DVD HD player available to swap for one of your Toshibas.

    I really and truly see this as a major issue for HD adoption, but then, what do I know, eh?


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