Updating panasonic sa bt200 blu ray player

Maybe THIS is why the BDP1500 worked with the Westy. Make sure you are running the HDMI cable directly to the display from the player to leave out something like a receiver as the issue. Since there are many different protocols for HDCP handshaking, and the stupid HDMI spec doesn't require ALL devices to handle ALL protocols, this could be the issue so check for a possible update for the Westy display since you already got the update for the player.I think it is likely just that the Westy does not handle the same protocols for HDCP and the only way to resolve this is to call Panasonic to add them in a firmware update, or for Westy to add them for the display.The top of the biggest capacitor on the power supply board was crowned indicating it had failed (electrolytic capacitors are built with flat tops, curved or burst indicates no good).

Another strange thing is when I started the DVD with the TV off, I did not get the u73 error. The last couple of posts go to say; U 73 error on my Panny DMP-BD35 connected to my Panny TX-37lzd85. The last couple of posts go to say; U 73 error on my Panny DMP-BD35 connected to my Panny TX-37lzd85. All I have connected is the HDMI from the DVD to the TV and an optical cable from the DVD to my home surround system. Most of the people with this error have a switcher, which is why I mentioned it.

I found it hard to believe that this perfect match would give me an u73 error. I called Panny support and they said i had to bring in the player, that u73 error ment that there was something very wrong. I found it hard to believe that this perfect match would give me an u73 error. I called Panny support and they said i had to bring in the player, that u73 error ment that there was something very wrong. In your situation I would say to do the firmware update first and foremost and see if that solves the problem.

I hate to return the new BD-35, since the specs are so much better than the Samsung BD-P1500.

Oh - I did upgrade the BD35 firmware to the latest version... I am unable to get the above setup to work in spite of trying 3 different HDMI cables (that all work perfectly with other LCD displays).

Last I would go to Walmart and buy a new HDMI (not Monster brand as they are overpriced) cable as it might be a faulty HDMI cable you are using. Denon AVR-887 Klipsch RP-5 Pwred Towers (mains) (525 watts peak each 12"Subs) All Klipsch RC-25(ctr),(2)SS1(surr),(2)SS1(rear Surr) Toshiba (2)HD-A20, PS3, BD35 For SACD/DVD-A Samsung HD-841 Panny 50pz80u plasma Denon AVR-887 Klipsch RP-5 Pwred Towers (mains) (525 watts peak each 12"Subs) All Klipsch RC-25(ctr),(2)SS1(surr),(2)SS1(rear Surr) Toshiba (2)HD-A20, PS3, BD35 For SACD/DVD-A Samsung HD-841 Panny 50pz80u plasma I am unable to get the above setup to work in spite of trying 3 different HDMI cables (that all work perfectly with other LCD displays).

I have tried all settings suggested on various forums and still no luck. Is it possible that the BD-35 is "allergic" to the Westy set (VK42F240S) using a HDMI connection?

I am a member of that club despite never actually having a problem myself. The Panasonic rep said that this was the second call about this exact problem...

I just think designing a spec that doesn't require ALL devices to handle ALL the same protocols is ridiculous & stupid to put a finer point on it. Westinghouse was the most helpful and knew what he was talking about.. BTW Thanks to Amazon's return policy and on-line forms it was no hassle to return the player - they even paid for the return via UPS ground.

Before returning the brand new player I bought a slighty more expansive HDMI cable (double coated). Before returning the brand new player I bought a slighty more expansive HDMI cable (double coated). It could be a HDCP (HDMI copy protection function) handshake issue which is why I suggest a firmware update.

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