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Old 01-27-2015, 04:52 PM   #1
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I have a Pioneer SC-07 AV Receiver, Ben Q 1070, and just recently purchase a Sony - BDPS5200. When I play a 3d blu ray it plays the 1st 30 seconds of the movie and then just stops playing. The screen then says no signal... please help.

Should I take the 3d Blu ray player back to BestBuy?
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Old 01-28-2015, 07:57 PM   #2
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I have a Pioneer SC-07 AV Receiver, Ben Q 1070, and just recently purchase a Sony - BDPS5200. When I play a 3d blu ray it plays the 1st 30 seconds of the movie and then just stops playing. The screen then says no signal... please help.

Should I take the 3d Blu ray player back to BestBuy?
I would first see if there are any firmware updates. Otherwise I'd return it immediately.
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Old 01-29-2015, 02:32 PM   #3
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Default I think I figured it out..?

I plugged the 3d blu ray player straight into my Benq Projector. IT WORKED!!! 3d content and all.. now someone suggested that I get a HDMI splitter.... That way I can run my audio through my Pio SC-07 receiver.. I just hope this all works lol
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I plugged the 3d blu ray player straight into my Benq Projector. IT WORKED!!! 3d content and all.. now someone suggested that I get a HDMI splitter.... That way I can run my audio through my Pio SC-07 receiver.. I just hope this all works lol
I just looked at your receiver's specifications on-line and it doesn't mention 3D support? Seems strange there's no mention of it, I would have thought it supported 3D?

A splitter would work or you could use the digital co-axial lead to run audio to your receiver but you'd lose the HD audio.
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Old 01-31-2015, 06:44 PM   #5
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I just looked at your receiver's specifications on-line and it doesn't mention 3D support? Seems strange there's no mention of it, I would have thought it supported 3D?

A splitter would work or you could use the digital co-axial lead to run audio to your receiver but you'd lose the HD audio.
If I used the splitter would I lose HD audio.....? OR would I only lose HD audio if I used the digital Co-Axial. I think If I use the digital co-axial its an analog signal...?
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Old 02-15-2015, 08:36 PM   #6
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If I used the splitter would I lose HD audio.....? OR would I only lose HD audio if I used the digital Co-Axial. I think If I use the digital co-axial its an analog signal...?
Using a splitter does not degrade HD audio, it just allows you to split the video and audio data.

If you use SPDIF (digital coaxial), it will not ouput lossy formats, i.e. DTS-HD MA and Dolby TrueHD.

Guess what kind of signals DIGITAL coaxial supports...
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If I used the splitter would I lose HD audio.....? OR would I only lose HD audio if I used the digital Co-Axial. I think If I use the digital co-axial its an analog signal...?
You'd still get HD with the HDMI splitter. Digital Coaxial is just that, digital but lossy. You can still get the HD audio through analogue cables (?) but you'd need a player with 5.1 phono output connections and go directly through those to your receivers inputs.
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Old 03-01-2015, 05:48 PM   #8
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Should have bought a twin HDMI BD player.

Those have solved this problem for 6 years now.
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