Here is my problem. Synch via DVI makes picture appear 1 second and then it disapears again. Tries to resynch and 1 sec picture and loose synch again and so on.
Have tried 2 different Denon DVD-3910 via DVI.
One with firmware upgraded to region free as below:
and one with the old / non region free firmware.
Oh and I am using a European version of the player (originally reion 2)
None of the players will Synch with my PJ or plasma below:
- Proj InFocus LS110 (SP110) - is HDCP compatible
- Plasma Sony PFM-42V1N.
The cables i have tried is:
- 3 meters Acoustic Zen $220
- 2 meters GeFen (not optic version)
Why is that - the length cant be the problem so what could it be.
Have searched a lot of threads and only found one guy with the same problem so i am really hoping for your help here.
* Other issues (annoyments) that i have found with the player:
- When playing SACD multi plus stereo-channel discs: The player does not automatically change from multi to stereo on a disc that contains e.g. 5 multi and 5 stereo tracks. You have to 1. stop playing - 2, change to SACDstereo - 3. start playing (even my old Philips DVD963SA managed to autmatically sense this).
- When outputting multichannel sound from the stereo plus multichannel sub outputs to Denon AVR3805 you get no sub information unless "Bass Enhancer" is set to on - if you want to run pure direct BassEnhancer is disabled so the only way to get sub in 2 channel mode is to use "NOT pure direct" but rather go via AL24 processing. Is that a bad thing for the sound?
- When outputting multichannel sound in "Pure direct" mode the bass level is VERY LOW for my front left and right - raising LFE level to 10 doesnt matter since lfe is not used in the mode (se above comment) and upping the LFE in the AVR-3805 doen not help either since it is not recieving LFE
How to solve this i dont know unless i want to temporary change EQ in AVR3805 but since i use Pure direct then this does not help either (sigh).
- Minor details: Very slow start up, very slow tray eject, very slow chapter back.
Seems like Denon made a good picture machine but with A LOT OF ISSUES