I have a Samsung bluray player that when the hdmi cable is plugged into the back of the tv ( hitachi ) the player stops reading the disc ... or you can have it in the tv first and plug it to the bluray and get the same effect.
any idea why this is? i had to replace the hdmi cable because it broke from stretching it ... now it won't feed to the tv any signal.
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Unplug HDMI cable. Connect Bluray to tv using composite video cable. You should then be able to access the bluray players menu to set the hdmi output to a setting that is compatible with your tv (see your TV manual for compatible resoloutions. Once set disconnect the composite video cable and reconnect the HDMI cable.
I just had the same issue and I believe it was because the sound bar was turned off. The solution was turning on all of my connected equipment such as my sound bar, cable box, tv, blu-ray player, and internet router. It stopped "disconnecting" after only 30 secs of being turned on. I think it was because my husband connected it to all those things in some way so the settings are set to work with those pieces of equipment. With one powered off, in my case the sound bar, the signal can't run full circle and reads as if cut off. Please excuse my nontechnical terminology.
The "handshake" between the television and the blu ray player has been lost. This happens a lot when connecting with hdmi. Sometimes a hot swap will work to remedy this. That is turning off and unplugging both your television and bluray player while removing the hdmi cable from both for 30 seconds to one minute. Reconnect the bluray player to the hdmi cable and then to the television. Plug them both back in and turn the television on first then the bluray player. Your television may need a factory reset going into the service menu or the board the hdmi ports are located on might need to be replaced if all of the hdmi ports are not responding. You can connect with component if possible in the meantime.