Question about Samsung Audio Players & Recorders
Try this. Check to see if you have the cable going round and accute corners. Sometimes the placing of HDMI sockets on the unit mean that the cable is forced into a sharp turn to route it to the cable box. HDMI cable is touchy when it comes to routing. For example an HDMI cable coming out the side of a TV and having to do an immediate 90 degree turn to get to the cable box is enough to scramble the signal. HDMI cable must not be kinked, wound up tightly or forced into tight angles. The worst offenders for this are curiously the more expensive cable as they have a tougher outer shielding that makes them more prone to situations in cramped and tight corners. If you really need to get round a tight corner, try a cheaper cable. Hope this helps
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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