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I hooked up a 50ft hdmi cable from living room to bedroom and the tv in the bedroom says unsupported. Is their something that I could have done wrong or possibly a bad cable. The cable is new so does anybody have any suggestiions?
 

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The hdmi cable says High Speed E301195 AWM style20276 80c 30v vw-1 pak heng don't know what any of this means. On the samsung tv in the bedroom it says mode not supported.
 

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The tv is a 23 inch 720p it has two hdmi inputs one is hooked up to a directv receiver thats in the bedroom and the one I was trying to hookup is a fta receiver from the living room. The directv receiver works fine on either hdmi inputs but the fta receiver won't work on either one.
 

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Ok guys have not had time to try anything lately till today but what I did was reverse the connections I hooked up in the bedroom the hdmi out of the directv receiver to the living room where I connected to the sony tv and it works perfect. When I had from the fta in living room to samsung tv in bedroom will not work. Whats the problem?
 

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What I don't get is why it will work from directv receiver in bedroom to sony tv in living room set on 1080i but will not work from fta receiver in living room to bedroom samsung tv using settings 480i.
 

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I hooked up directv receiver in living room to samsung tv in bedroom settings on 1080 and it works perfect, so it would seem something in the fta receiver is causing this problem. I have the fta receiver in the living room connected to the sony tv in the living room through hdmi and it works perfect so go figure.
 
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