Originally Posted by michaeltscott
The BDT220 does
have Cinavia (as you note, every BD player shipped in February 2012 or later has to) but I don't think that's his problem. First off, I don't believe that DVDs have Cinavia protection (I could be wrong). Second, what Cinavia would do is stop playing altogether with an error code displayed or just cut out the sound.
As I understand it, Cinavia is an inaudible "watermark" embedded in the sound which supposedly can't be removed or filtered out. What it says is something like "This sound was recorded on an AACS protected BD"; if the player's not getting the sound from the source the watermark specifies it will stop playing the sound, the picture or both, displaying an error message.
I have no idea what the problem he's seeing actually is.
Supposedly these DVD titles have Cinavia.
Takers (Sony Pictures)
The Tourist (Sony Pictures)
The Social Network (Sony Pictures)
The Roommate (Sony Pictures)
Dylan Dog Dead of Night (20th Century Fox)
Zookeeper (Sony Pictures)
Bad Teacher (Sony Pictures)
Project X (Warner Bros)
Wrath of the Titans (Warner Bros)
I found this list on a forum.