Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The Sharp is not getting the go codes from the blue ray, or the blue ray is not sending them. Sony has a cool comcept to force you into buying Sony stuff. HDMI sends information down the cable that is caring the audio and video that tells the Sharp that its OK to allow the signal in. Some receivers, and or DAs do not pass this data, so the TV will not display the video and audio. Connect the blue ray player directly to the TV, and loop audio out to the receiver for the auio, and see whay happens.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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