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3D Shutoff problem/Onkyo, Samsung, Epson

Discussion in 'AV Receivers' started by Bob Cashill, Mar 3, 2019.

  1. Bob Cashill

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    For almost five years I've had a Samsung 3D Blu-ray player (FT5700 I believe) and an Epson 6030UB projector. It worked together flawlessly until my Yamaha receiver failed and I replaced it with an Onkyo TX-RZ810; after about 15 minutes of play everything shuts down, and I have to restart. Any idea what's going on?
     
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    Does it shut down while playing anything or just playing 3-D Blu-ray?
     
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    Just 3D.
     
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    OK, that's a weird problem - I assume you mean the receiver shuts down.

    Do you have the receiver set up to just pass thru a video signal to the projector or is it processing the signal in some way first? Can you swap out the HDMI cable from the Blu-ray player to rule out a strange cable issue?

    I don't know what could make that kind of failure happen.
     
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    I'll try the cable swap, thanks. It is a weird issue, and obviously distracting.
     

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