I have been looking for Cinavia-free 3D Blu-ray players like crazy.
But I have come to suspect that the source of my Cinavia problems is not my Blu-ray player, but my recently bought smart TV
Bit is that even possible? Can an output display device be capable of detecting the Cinavia watermark?
(My TV is a 42LM6400 LED)
Here's what leads me to think that my TV might be the cause:
My sister has just bought a new 3D TV, pretty much like mine, only that it's not a smart TV, just a FLL HD3D.
So I lent her my Blu-ray player, which is Cinavia-infected, along with my Blu-ray movies in 3D, some of which are Cinavia-infected aswell.
When my sister played them on her TV, she never got the Cinavia error message, nor did she have her audio muted. It just played them all the way through as if they had no Cinavia at all.
It was the same player...
Playing the same disks...
The only difference was that the 3D TV had no smart-features.
So... ho come she never had any problem while I can't even watch half an hour of movie without getting the movie muted.
Is it possible that my smart TV itself is Cinavia-protected?