Question about Televison & Video
The player responds to all commands , and appears to be playing, but I can 't get output on either HDMI or standard hookup (red, white and yellow). I have done everything the manual recommends. I am trying to play into a Sony KDL-32S3000. via one of the HDMI inputs. All I get on the screen is "signal not supported". Have also tried it on an older TV set through the standard RCA plug hookup and get nothing.
I had the same problem unitl I read the manual a little more carefully.
I found that ALL connections through my AV receiver had to be identical. I was using component connections with analog connections.
Since I switched to all HDMI connections (cable box to AV receiver, DVD to AV receiver and AV receiver to TV) all is fine.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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