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i have a sony BDP S590 blueray 3d player with a highspeed hdmi cable but it keeps telling me there is no 3d display detected. when i try to play it in 2d and turn on the 3d option on the remote of the tv, it only has the four first options and the last option is grayed out. i need help
 

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Are you connecting directly to the TV or through a receiver?


And is this while playing 2D content? Usually a player will not look for a 3D display unless you are playing 3D content such as a 3D Blu-Ray. If you're watching a DVD or standard 2D Blu-Ray, or streaming content such as Netflix or YouTube, the player won't give you a 3D display message. If the player can convert 2D to 3D (some do, even though it's usually crappy), try that and see what happens.
 

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its avatar 3d and my blue ray player is also 3d and my tv is a passive 3d, but it wont give me the option to select the 3d version of the movie since the blu ray player is not detecting the 3d display. the hdmi is a highspeed kind too as i have read from other forums that it is needed but it didnt work
 

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Is Avatar an original disc, or a copy of one? You don't have to answer, but sometimes burned copies don't have all the data of the original.


If it isn't the disc itself, then something may be wrong in the setup of either the player or TV. I doubt that it's the cable, but it's possible. Usually cables work or they don't work. Can you borrow another high-speed cable just to check?
 

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If you have HDMI-CEC (LG calls it SIMPLINK) turned on, try turning it off. Since both components aren't from the same maker, there might be some miscommunication there. It probably isn't the problem, but stranger things have happened.
 
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