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Sky new zealand say my hd z70rx5 is unable to recieve hdcp even though the specs say the set is HDMI AND HDCP complient,they say no rear projection is able to receive hd is this true,any help i would be very gratefull

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  • jdobson10 Aug 06, 2008

    I HAVE READ THE ARTICLE IT DOES REALLY NOT HELP THE QUESTION IS MY JVC HD Z70RX5 ABLE TO ACCEPT HDMI HDCP VIA SKY SET BOX IN NEW ZEALAND

  • jdobson10 Aug 06, 2008

    Hi have you seen the specs for this tv ,i seem to have bought a lemon

    Regards Mike

  • jdobson10 Aug 06, 2008

    Hi thanks for your help that is the only solid info i have been able to get,are there any projection tv thay can accept hd satelite tv ,there are a lot of people with projection tv,s

    that were bought and been assured by retailers that we would be fine for the next ten years as hdmi was the adopted method

  • jdobson10 Aug 08, 2008

    Hi can any rear projection tv access hd tv through a hdmi interface if it is hdcp complient and has a hdmi input,and is a digital tuner an issue,i have been told it is ,this makes no sense to me as hdmi is i designated input

  • jdobson10 Aug 08, 2008

    Hi again great to talk to someone who has a grasp offf thease issues which are scary to the average person,read your comments carefully ,what i can not get my head around ,is on the back of tv it has digital in admi hdcp input ,i can play my digital films straight from my harddrive to the tv 1080p and on the right hand topside of the picture it says HDMI1080P is this not reevant to my problem

    regards mike

    thank you very much again love my tv hope i dont have to change since i have only had it 3 years

  • jdobson10 Aug 08, 2008

    Hi manufacturer pace

    hardware TDS850NNZ.4.2

    S/V is 23.1.0.5.14

    operatig system version CO2P117

    EPG S/V u 1.0.16.1

    Hope that is usefull

    regards Mike

  • jdobson10 Aug 12, 2008

    Hi thanks for that info, talked to jvc service manager he was very helpfull compared to the sky tech who did not want to know and was not the least bit interested ,the tv works with all devices such as blue ray and shows them in brilliant hd.As far as the jvc company are concerned the tv is compleatly hd and problem is the way sky decoder is configured not being backward reverse able, not quite sure if that is the correct term.all i know is they are not going to change anything to help, if i had another choice of company i would go there, foxtel boxes work as i have seen them with my own eyes,getting very tired of trying to get anyone who gives a damm , As many customers tv sets are over 3 years old it looks like we are not going to get any where i will look carefully into your suggestions and see if they are a possibility

    Regards Mike thanks for your help

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It should be able to read the signal. I don't know why your sky provider would say such a thing. Did you talk to a salesman or a technician, make sure it is a technician next time.

Anyway the possible fix is to upgrade the firmware in an EEPROM. You can connect your PC to a service port on the back of the tv to the parallel printer port on the computer. The software requires direct access to the parallel port, for Win2K and XP you need to install a special driver that will allow direct access to the port. This is not required under Win98!

The other option is to get a new HDMI board on the tv which should fix the problem. Like you said, this is a lemon and it is the tv that is the problem and so you should contact the manufacturer of the tv not your sky provider.

good luck and let me know if you have any further questions

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    Benjamin Patri Aug 12, 2008

    no problem mike, hope you get it to work

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Terminals and Connections Dual HDMI digital inputs with HDCP (High Definition Content Protection) offer an uncompressed solution to the transmission and display of high definition video and audio content. All JVC HD-ILA TVs also include dual auto sensing component video inputs, assuring the best possible picture quality whether a viewer is using DTV, D-VHS or DVD, and three S-Video (two rear, one front) inputs and four AV inputs (three rear, one front).
Sky new zealand say my - hdmi.gif High Definition Multimedia Interface
HDMI is a new standard digital connection between A/V devices, such as a set-top box, DVD player or A/V receiver, and a digital television. HDMI offers exceptional video and audio quality with a single quick-disconnect connector. It supports multi-channel digital audio transmissions and component video color spacing for true rendering of HD video.
We carry a full line of high-performance HDMI cables. See them here...
Audio Features The JVC BBE High Definition audio system with Advanced HyperSurround and Active Hyper Bass includes two direct-drive speakers mounted underneath the screen for rich, expansive sound that fills your home theater or TV room.

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Hi there,

I would like to what is the model of the cable box you are using...?

Let me know

Thanks

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Have a look at your SPECS
Make sure you have correct cable connections

See also Key Features of the JVC HD61FH96

  • 61" JVC HD-ILA Rear Projection Television
  • New 3-Chip D-ILA Rear Projection System, 1920 x 1080p resolution
  • D.I.S.T. 1080p (Digital Image Scaling Technology)
  • Flicker Free High Resolution Picture
  • Digital 4 Point Color Management
  • Widescreen Aspect Ratio
  • Natural Cinema (3-2 Pulldown) and Progressive Line Doubling
  • Panorama, Cinema, Full and Regular Aspect Modes
  • Video Noise Reduction
  • Digital Noise Clear Circuitry
  • 3D Y/C Comb Filter
  • Single Tuner PIP with Split, Index and Freeze
  • 20-Watt BBE High Definition Audio w/ Hyper Surround Sound
  • V-Chip Parental Control
  • Energy Star Compliant
  • Inputs:
    • 2 HDMI/HDCP Digital Inputs
    • 2 HD Component Video Inputs
    • 3 S-Video Inputs (1 Front, 3 Rear
    • 4 AV Inputs (1 Front, 3 Rear)
    • RF Input
    • CableCARD Compatible ATSC tuner

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Hi,
Hate to say this, but you would not able to watch HDMI content using a setup box. The High definition in your TV means that you can connect the something like a HD- DVDplayer or XBOX, or Playstation on your TV and watch HD content.
This is the only downside to this beautiful peace of equipment,because it doesnot have a HD Tv tuner and has only a regular analog TV tuner.
What you cable company is saying is correct for most projection TV available in the market.



Thanks
Proton

Posted on Aug 06, 2008

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    Mandeep Singh Aug 08, 2008

    Hi Mike,

    Here is some additional info to help you understand what i wrote earlier about the High definition tuner which is not built into the projection TV.

    What Consumers Considering the Purchase of a TV Set Should Know

    When buying television sets and other TV equipment such as DVD players, consumers should know whether or not the equipment includes a digital tuner. (TV equipment that includes a digital tuner is sometimes referred to as a "digital receiver.") Consumers who want to continue to receive their local full-power broadcast television stations after February 17, 2009 must either purchase a TV set equipped with a digital tuner or purchase a digital-to-analog converter box that will convert those over-the-air digital signals into analog so that they can be displayed on an analog device. Analog-only TVs should continue to work as before with cable and satellite TV services.

    Digital-to-Analog Converter Box Coupon Program

    Between January 1, 2008, and March 31, 2009, all U.S. households will be eligible to request up to two coupons, worth $40 each, to be used toward the purchase of digital-to-analog converter boxes. As described above, these converter boxes are designed to make over-the-air digital television signals viewable on analog-only TVs, and thus are not intended for analog-only TVs hooked up to cable or satellite service. The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) is running the coupon program. For more information, visit the NTIA Web Site at www.dtv2009.gov .

    Some Sets Being Sold May Have Analog Tuners Only - Look for the Label

    Although, by law, the import or interstate shipment of any TV device containing an analog tuner is now prohibited, unless it also contains a digital tuner , some stores may still have in their inventory TV equipment with only analog tuners. A television set or other TV equipment with only an analog tuner will not receive over-the-air local full-power broadcast TV station programming after February 17, 2009, unless it is connected to a digital-to-analog converter box .

    The Commission has required that retailers fully inform consumers by prominently displaying the following text if they are selling TV equipment with only an analog tuner:

    This television receiver has only an analog broadcast tuner and will require a converter box after February 17, 2009, to receive over-the-air-broadcasts with an antenna because of the Nation's transition to digital broadcasting. Analog-only TVs should continue to work as before with cable and satellite TV services, gaming consoles, VCRs, DVD players, and similar products. For more information, call the Federal Communications Commission at 1-888-225-5322 (TTY: 1-888-835-5322) or visit the Commission's digital television website at: www.dtv2009.gov.




    Consumers are urged to look for this label when shopping for a new TV set or other TV equipment and to take into consideration the limitations of analog-only TVs when making purchasing decisions. For more information about the DTV transition, go to www.dtv.gov or contact the FCC's Consumer Center by e-mailing dtvinfo@fcc.gov; calling 1-888-CALL-FCC (1-888-225-5322) voice or 1-888-TELL-FCC (1-888-835-5322) TTY; faxing 1-866-418-0232; or writing to:

    Federal Communications Commission
    Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureau
    Consumer Inquiries and Complaints Division
    445 12th Street, SW
    Washington, DC 20554.





    The up side to your problem, is there a Digital to analog TV tuner conversion box that can be installed at your place , so that you can watch high def content on your projection TV, however the quality may not be at par with a High definition Tuner factory fitted on the projection TV

    Eg Sony Bravia V4500 is a TV that HD tuner builtin .



    Read the Faq below

    http://www.dtv.gov/consumercorner.html





    Best of luck mate ...I learnt interesting facts too while researching for your problem.



    Thanks

    Proton.

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Yes there are rear projection tvs with HD

here is a little article on the 4 types of rear projections with hd

http://www.cnet.com/4520-7874_1-5108443-3.html

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