I'm trying to get picture from a Sony BDP-S6700 via HDMI cable to a Optoma HD72 Projector (2008 model) and I'm getting a NO SIGNAL on the projector. I'm running audio from the BDP-S6700 directly to a reciever via Coaxial audio cable. I've connected an Apple TV to the projector and it worked fine.
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We are sad to hear that your projector displays a no signal message.
This may be an indication that there is a loose connection or an incorrect setting. Follow the steps below to troubleshoot this issue.
This solution assumes the Blu-ray Disc player is connected directly to the TV. However, if the Blu-ray Disc player is connected to an Audio/Video (A/V) receiver, the steps given below to the TV should also be followed for the A/V receiver.
IMPORTANT: The steps on how to reset or lower the output resolution of the Blu-ray Disc player varies depending on the model. Follow the appropriate steps indicated below. If none of the steps below is applicable to your Blu-ray Disc player, check theTroubleshootingsection of the supplied instructions manual of the unit.Go to Manuals, Specifications & Warranty.
If the supplied remote control of the Blu-ray Disc player has a VIDEO FORMAT button.
On the supplied remote control, press theVIDEO FORMATbutton repeatedly until the picture appears on the screen.
If the supplied remote control of the Blu-ray Disc player does NOT have a VIDEO FORMAT button.
On the front of the Blu-ray Disc player, press and hold theSTOPbutton for just over 10 seconds.
NOTE:Some TVs connected with an HDMI cable may not support a 1080psignal. If the Blu-ray Disc player is outputting a 1080psignal, lowering the output resolution may resolve the issue.
For Blu-ray Disc player released on 2013 or later.
On the supplied remote control, press theSTOP,HOME, andPOP UP/MENUbutton at the same time.
On the Blu-ray Disc remote control, press theMENUbutton to try displaying the menu.
IMPORTANT: If the Blu-ray Disc player menu does not appear, skip steps 6, 7, and 8 then proceed to step 9. Otherwise, continue with the steps below.
Make sure the video output setting of the Blu-ray Disc player is either set toAutoor to the type of connection being used.
If using an HDMI connection make the following changes:
NOTE:The steps below are not available on all Blu-ray Disc players.
In theScreen/Video Settingssetup, set theBD/DVD ROM 1080/24Poutput toOff.
Set theHDMI Deep Coloroutput toOff.
Set theX.V. Coloroutput toOff(this option is not available on some models).
Make sure that theHDMI controlsetting is set toOff. If using a non-Sony Blu-ray Disc player, this setting may be calledCEC controlor theAnyNetfunction.