Originally Posted by Rolls-Royce /t/1509110/please-need-help#post_24197186
Back to basics. Connect the player directly to the TV, bypassing the receiver. If you can get a 3D picture, then something is wrong with your setup between the player, receiver, and TV.
Originally Posted by Rudy1 /t/1509110/please-need-help#post_24197205
Thanks for mentioning that...I always forget about checking the AVR. I guess I keep obsessing about the HDMI cables because my first attempt at 3D was foiled by a very expensive Monster Cable which was, believe it or not, only rated up to 1080i and would not pass the 3D signal.
Originally Posted by vinny68 /t/1509110/please-need-help#post_24200983
Guy' s thanks i'm going to try this in the morning when when I have some free time. I'll put the hdmi cable from the tv directly to the blue ray player. As for returning it I wish I could but it's about three years old, at the time of purchase they told me that I need this cable, that's 3. something I really don't remember but it cost me $68 back in 2010. I've always heard of monoprice after I had bought all my cables, a little late but if I need to buy any cables that's the place i'll go to.