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I suspect that this bend over time damaged the cable.
It might also damage the input HDMI port on your projector. Keeping a tight connection might be a problem with an adapter. If you can figure out a way to support the HDMI cable that would be good.
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I think I know the answer to this, but...
I'm using the variable analog outputs on the Oppo as my pre-amp. Is there any way to turn off the graphic that appears on the television when adjusting the volume? The visual feedback on the unit itself is adequate and I (and more so, other viewers) find it distracting when watching a movie and the volume display comes on the screen.
Check Setup > Video Setup > Display Options > OSD Mode OFF and see if that also keeps the Volume graphic from appearing.
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It might also damage the input HDMI port on your projector. Keeping a tight connection might be a problem with an adapter. If you can figure out a way to support the HDMI cable that would be good.
I can move the projector forward about half an inch and still have it secure on its shelf. There would still be a bend but it would be less severe.

Here's an example of the problem I'm facing and the least severe bend I can do without an adapter:

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^That's not good. That much of a bend is probably why you have the problem you do.
You already know that, but just saying. The adapter is probably a good solution.
What htwaits is saying though, is to just try and make sure that the cable itself is not putting too much pressure on the adapter,
or else that could damage the HDMI socket on the pj.

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No luck. Thanks for the suggestion though Bob. I should probably just learn to stop adjusting the volume while a movie is playing.

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