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Old 10-01-2012, 06:33 PM   #21
Valephar Valephar is offline
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Yes, that to me makes sense since the TV receives a signal and send a signal now and then from and to my amp. That would explain the short blackout. Anyways. I havent tested any other movies yet. But will report back what ever I find.
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Old 11-18-2012, 12:33 AM   #22
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I couldn't believe there was something wrong with my lens or drive because it was only happening with the one film (which happened to be "Safe" by Boaz Yakin - good film btw). All my other discs were fine.
It turned out there is one setting on the ps3 which was causing the failure to play properly. It would play the initial copyright notice then go to black screen and loose all signal.
On the PS3 main page, go to Settings>DisplaySettings>VideoOutputSettings>HDMI> Custom> then make sure everything is switched on, 576p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p. It was the 1080p one that was causing my problems. Now I can play it fine and I'm a happy man.

Hope this helps some of you out

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Old 08-19-2013, 03:01 AM   #23
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A month ago I bought a new 50 inches TV, so I moved the old 32 inches to bedroom. I HMDI plugged the old Blu-ray player to it and mostly before the 15 minutes mark the screen goes black and lottle hdmi loght on player goes dark then come back when the images comes back on.

It happens with all movie I test and never at the same place. TV worked fine when in the living room. The screen goes black even when there's no disk Inside and while I am on the settings.

I played with the video settings on the player, it was set on 1080p while the TV is only 720p. Now I have set it to auto and so far, 17 minutes in a movie nothing happened....
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