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Have just purchased DVR-LX60D. Owning a DVD-696, am familiar with the setup of activating the HDMI output and the front panel of the DVR is showing that HDMI output is active. Fine so far. However, there is no HDMI output feeding through to my Pioneer plasma. Have used different HDMI cables, which both work fine with the DVD-696. Am I missing something here or is the HDMI output on the DVR just bust.

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