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HDMI/HDCP issue with Sanyo PLV-Z2

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    HDMI/HDCP issue with Sanyo PLV-Z2

    My Vudu is connected to a Sanyo PLV-Z2 projector. This projector does not have HDMI input but DVI, and is supposed to be HDCP compliant (although HDCP changed a bit since the projector was released so it may not be fully compliant). I am using an HDMI-to-DVI adaptor.

    The problem is that I cannot see anything on the screen with HDMI so I am currently stuck with Component. Did anyone have any chance using a Sanyo PLV-Z2 with Vudu and HDMI/DVI?

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    Re: HDMI/HDCP issue with Sanyo PLV-Z2

    If it won't work, you might want to try the HD Fury. It's a device that will convert HDMI to component. It's been mentioned elsewhere on these forums.

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      Re: HDMI/HDCP issue with Sanyo PLV-Z2

      Originally posted by Herve View Post
      My Vudu is connected to a Sanyo PLV-Z2 projector. This projector does not have HDMI input but DVI, and is supposed to be HDCP compliant (although HDCP changed a bit since the projector was released so it may not be fully compliant). I am using an HDMI-to-DVI adaptor.

      The problem is that I cannot see anything on the screen with HDMI so I am currently stuck with Component. Did anyone have any chance using a Sanyo PLV-Z2 with Vudu and HDMI/DVI?
      My previous experience with DVI and HDCP is that It seemed to matter the order of devices being turned on in order to get a proper handshake.

      Way back when I had a cable box with DVI, I always had to turn the TV on first then power on the cable box next to get it to work. Otherwise I would always get a blank screen or a little blue HDCP error message.

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        Re: HDMI/HDCP issue with Sanyo PLV-Z2

        If this indeed is an HDCP issue you should see an incompatibility error message from our UI for about 30 seconds before we go blank. If you never see the VUDU logo (during boot) or the error message this is a different problem.

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          Re: HDMI/HDCP issue with Sanyo PLV-Z2

          When I boot I can see the Vudu logo and the little progress bar. However, the screen goes blank (and I don't see any error message) after the boot sequence is completed.

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