Originally Posted by phebert91
I have a problem with my Iscan DVDO VP50 (firm. 1.07).
With the following setup :
Sony BD350 Blu-ray Player -> Denon AVR 3808 receiver -> DVDO VP50 -> Sony VPL-HW10 videoprojector, 1080p24 input/ouput.
I have a few "black screens" ( maybe 5 or 6 ) during a movie... it seems the projector loses the signal during 2/3 seconds, then back. This is very annoying, of course the problem disapears when I hook the Denon HDMI output directly to the projector.
I did not have any problem with my previous projector (Panasonic PT-AE2000).
Any idea ? I think to an HDCP issue ? or a timing issue with the Sony maybe ?
Thanks for your help
Funny, I have seen the same a couple of times, when I was setting a BDP-S550 via component
output 1080i) to VP50 version 1.06 and outputtet via BNC ( 1080P) to my CRT - before that, I have never seen it before ( have an PS3 connectet too - also via component and in1080i/ out 1080P )
After that I even saw the PS3 do it a few times ( black screen about a second ) but have not testet it the last days - I will look after it the next days, to see if it still do it.
But we can with big confidence say, that it cant be the HDCP ( the is no, on the component ) and my CRT have never had any problems with the timings.
When I had the black outs, my info screen from the VP50 input sections said " no signal or Unknown signal ( cant really remember with one, sorry
so I think it has something to do with the input signal - the movie I saw it with, was the X-files ( the new one ) and it was repeatable on the BDP-S550 at the same spot ( around 1 hour.15 min. and 13. sec ) but on the PS3 it happening later
but again repeatable.
I di try two different inputs ( component 1 and the BNC with adapteres BNC/Phono ) and two different cables.
I have had the VP50 for a long time ( years ) and I have never seen it before with the PS3 or any other product I have ( VCR, DVD, DVB-T , )
If I find out anything - I will post it ( or if I see it again in other movies) - by the way, it will be by the PS3.