Question about Onkyo TX-SR606 Receiver
I have a problem with handshake Panasonic Viera TH50PZ850AZ and Onkyo TXSR606. My Panasonic Blu Ray DMP BD35 player is connected via a HDMI to the amp which is connected to my TV via another HDMI. This worked fine for 6 months or so but suddenly I am getting a U73 (cable disconnect) error from my DVD player.
The DVD player will play perfectly with any of the cables directly into the TV so it is not the cables, the DVD player or the TV. When connected to the amp, the DVD player will play sound throught the amp until I turn on the TV at which time the DVD player stops and I have apparently got a handshake problem. The same Occurs then I try and connect my Xbox to the TV throught the amp. This however does not happen when I connect another TV to the system, it works perfectly.
The amp otherwise seems to be working perfectly. How can I sort this out?
I have seen plenty of problems with HDMI interconnects.
May I recommend that you use component cabling for video instead; the picture quality is superior to HDMI, most agree. I also find I have far fewer problems with clients when they accept component over the apparent 'ease' of HDMI's 'one cable solution'. Many people have trouble with their sets giving errors when switching from HD content to non-HD content using HDMI, never component for example.
Additionally, I would add that while I personally run all my av components through my av receiver with HDMI, I also run them all directly to my tv with component cabling. This allows me to cut out the av receiver from the signal path when I want the best picture possible. I cannot recommend it enough.
I hope that helps.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
It seams that the problem is the input of the tv ...try to select the right device in the tv hdmi ...if it works in another tv ..the problem is there ..so go to the menu and reselect the hdmi in for the amp...if you do not know which on e..get them one by one...but the issue is there ...specially if it worked...probably te problem occurred after you connected another kinda device on hdmi ..and it switched the port or the band....
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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