I am sure its a hand shake issue. The two TV's just handle it differently. One thing you might try is if their is a power save feature on the TV try enabling it or if it is already enabled disable it. If the TV is only going into standby when you power it back on it never attempts to do a hand shake or vice versa. This is why we all love HDMI with all the DRM it is flaky as hell.
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