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Panasonic DMP-BD35- what setting for HDMI Video Mode?

Old 12-19-08, 04:27 PM
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Panasonic DMP-BD35- what setting for HDMI Video Mode?

I am hooking up my new Panasonic BD35 thru my Onkyo 605 reciever. I cant see a picture on my TV unless I have the "HDMI Video Mode" (in the setup on the dvd player) set to "Off". When it is set to "On", I can only hear the sound thru the speakers but no picture. Im not sure what I am doing wrong, if anything. The 605 runs HDMI out to my Mitsubishi 55315 TV DVI in.
The dvd players menu had me thinking when the player was set to "HDMI Video Mode Off", it would not utilize the HDMI output on the player but would instead try to use the component video outputs? However, from my quick test this doesnt seem to be the case?
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Old 12-19-08, 05:43 PM
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What does the manual say?
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Old 12-19-08, 07:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Mr. Salty View Post
What does the manual say?
From the manual:
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HDMI Video Mode
Select “On” when video is output from HDMI AV OUT terminal.

≥On: Images are output from the HDMI terminal in the resolution set in “HDMI
Resolution”. Video from COMPONENT VIDEO OUT terminal is output as
“480i”.
≥Off Images are output in the resolution set in “Component Video Resolution”.
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I'm a bit lost
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