Did you try calling Panasonic AND Westinghouse support? Digital Hi-End Projectors - $3,000+ USD MSRP Rear Projection Units OLED Technology and Flat Panels General OLED Technology Great Found Deals! Best regards, Vadiraj Advertisements Advertisements #2 9th April 2011, 04:23 PM jitubisht Join Date: Apr 2010 Location: Delhi Posts: 434 Thanks: 155 Thanked 107 Times in 66 Posts When I send it through my home Theater I get the error message U73. http://vbview.net/error-code/panasonic-dvd-error-code-h07.php
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Has anybody else had this issue. I tried resetting individual pieces (BD30, AVR, Cable box, and proj) individually to no avail. Do your BluRay and TV have Component sockets?, you could use that instead - just as good HD as HDMI. I have tried all settings suggested on various forums and still no luck.
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I should add that the Westy works perfectly with the Samsung BD-P1500 Blu-ray player - and that the BD-35 works perfectly with my Samsung LCD display in 1080p mode using HDMI. Panasonic Blu-ray U72 Error Code Can you pls help... Remember, after watching your Blu-ray, remember to turn your input back to your cable setting so you can watch tv again Dave Jan 28, 2015 | Panasonic DVD & Blu-Ray Players I believe we have a HDCP compatibility problem, but I would like to have some info or error "U73".
How do I tell if my HDMI cable is 1.3 compatiable? Panasonic DMP-BD55, info needed Blu-ray Players and Recorders Bobbie Swager 6 03-09-2009 09:05 PM Panasonic BD35 and surround sound - help needed! dm1983 is online now Report Post dm1983 View Public Profile Find More Posts by dm1983 Please sign in or register to remove this advertisement. 11-07-2009, 23:11 #2 charmed1987 Forum Now this time, I reset the whole system again, but the problem persisted.
When I play DVDs through component, picture looks fine. I have had this before too, all you need to do is disconnect the HDMI cable and put it back in (on both ends). How To Fix U73 Error Most of the time this setup works fine. German Submarine U 73 Please help if you can I don't use the BD30 to play CDs...but it seems the HDMI handshaking is required.
Plugged it in and all the problems where solved!! news Philips... Who knows, there may be a work around they have already. Make sure the HDMI cable is rated for 1080p. 2. Panasonic Dmp Bd60 U73 Error Code
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Any idea what is wrong? Find More Posts by Nigel Goodwin 18-07-2009, 20:41 #10 shadylady Forum Member Join Date: Nov 2007 Posts: 210 Nigel thanks for the advice. Groups Blu-Ray and Ultra HD Blu-Ray Players Blu-Ray Players Go to Page...
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dm1983 View Public Profile Send a private message to dm1983 Find More Posts by dm1983 Blu-ray Forum > Blu-ray > Blu-ray Players and Recorders Similar Threads thread Forum Thread Starter Lesser cables will produce U73 error on the blue ray player and no picture on the TV. Try turning on the display first and have it set to the connected HDMI input BEFORE turning on the BD35. check my blog This is the ridiculousness of the HDMI spec, where as they do not require ALL devices to handle ALL protocols.
Replaced the Monster high speed HDMI cable with another identical cable and it worked. This is normal . AVSForum.com is not sponsored by or in any way affiliated with AV Science Inc. I tried another one and it still gave me the U73 error.