Originally Posted by dtsguy
unplug/replug the hdmi cable in back of player....works for me and is quicker than power on/off
Unfortunately for me, I went for the hidden cable idea. My plasma is stuck on the wall, and all the cable runs through the drywall down the basement and up behind a built in entertainment unit to the player 20ft away from the display. All the equipment have their cables hidden behind a the built in. Easiest way to have access to the cable is to pull the player out of the built in shelves.
Still, I agree it is faster than the bootup time. I could rig something up and have the ability to toggle the hdmi cable... Perhaps it's time I get one of those multi hdmi switching receivers... Do they work?
Actually, I am seeing a pattern here. If switching between 1920x1080i movies, and I have not seen an error, but put in a HDV HDDVD (DVD/R) (which is1440x1080i) or SD DVD, then I get some likelihood of generating a HDMI error.