Question about Sharp AQUOS Blu-ray Disc Player
1. could be the cable you using.
2. Could be you in the wroung input
3. RaRE but it could be the Blue ray itself
You might want to try new cables the R,G,B ones..
Yiou can try it on another tv to see if that works.
in rare instances you could have a dead on arrival there,
Thanks I hope this helps please do be considerate and leave postive feedback and ratings.
Posted on May 30, 2010
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