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Series 7 LED TV and BD4600 Anynet Problem

I have the above kit connected with a v1.3 HDMI cable.
- Thing is, when I play a disc, although the tv switches to the correct HDMI (1) channel using Anynet, I get a TV screen error (Check Signal Cable).

Component video and sound does work though.

I've reset the TV and upgraded the firmware on the BD Player....

Any suggestions?

Many thanks in advance
Paulo

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Series 7 LED TV and BD4600 Anynet Problem

In reply to: Series 7 LED TV and BD4600 Anynet Problem

pauloamore,

If you turn off Anynet+ in the menu of both the television and the Blu-Ray player, does it then work without giving you the Check Signal Cable) message?

More importantly, with HDMI, are you sending a 1080 or 720 signal resolution out of the Blu-Ray player?

You also might try disabling BD-Wise in the Blu-Ray Menu.

Keep me posted.

--HDTech

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In reply to: Series 7 LED TV and BD4600 Anynet Problem

Thanks for the tip...
- Didn't help...

Turned out to be a faulty HDMI cable.

Thanks again!
p

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