Question about Televison & Video
First check inside the 2 ends of the HDMI cable to see if there are any bent or missaligned metal contacts. If so then replace the cable with new. If it's good, check inside the connections of the TV and DVD. If good, It sounds like an HDCP problem which is the content protection of the disk. Contact the manufacturer which will have a list of compatible tested DVD players. Also they will have the latest FW for you TV which if possible can be done at home with your computer. Or you could return the DVD player if is not compatible for one that is of the brand recommended. I have seen this a few times.
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
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