Ok, I've not seen this issue specifically so am asking....
I have a (temporary) Insignia receiver with a 50ft heavy guage monoprice HDMI cable connected to a Panny 4K. BD player is a panasonic dbp-330 (I think that's the designation). Anyway...
I had been using an older BD player and after about 30-60 minutes, would get a blue screen of death in the middle of a movie. Now, I've been watching a lot of Netflix rentals and chalked it up to a bad disk. So I go and buy this new player (which loads about 10 times fster, BTW), and had the same issue with a purchased disk. Some times, I can hit rewind and then play and everything is fine. THIS weekend, I got the BSOD on a rental and the player refused to respond to ANY commands from my URC OR the OEM remote OR the hard buttons on the player. I had to unplug the player to get it to come back. And then it was fine for the rest of the movie. If it means anything, the picture is fine otherwise (no sparklies or dropouts or anything).
So, the new player has dual HDMI out, so I ran the projector directly from the player (leaving on HDMI into the receiver fro audio) and had the same issue. Double-checked al lthe connetions, too, just in case something wiggled loose.
Should I try an HDMI signal booster? Would replacing the reciever with my Dennon 3806 likely solve it? I'm at a loss here. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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