I just got my XBOX360 Elite back from repair by Microsoft (RRoD). I hooked it up to my Denon HDMI in and the TV (Samsung 50" Plasma 1080i) cannot see the signal. I switched my HDMI TV connection with my xbox360 input and the Denon reconized the TV, but again, not the Xbox360. I swapped HDMI cables and again the Denon reconizes the TV input but not the XBOX360. I connected my XBOX360 directly into my Samsund 50" Plasma and it reconizes the Xox 360 sound and video fine.
So, what is preventing my Xbox360 from being reconized by my Denon AVR-2307CI? My Denon is 13 months old.
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Re: HDMI XBOX360 Elite -"No Signal"
The connection order can be a key issue as to whether or not the HDMI
signals will pass through the system. For best results the receiver
should be turned on first, then the source device(s) and then the
display. The reason for this has to do with getting the equipment to
handshake properly for the HDCP protocol.
If HDMI video will not pass through your receiver, you may with to just connect the xbox using the component cables. Since component will pass through 720p and your TV is 1080i you should expect the same qualtiy and a more crisp picture.
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Please add details of setup so I can help you. For example. My Directv box hooks into my HDTV HDMI. Sound is carried inside that cable. I then get sound on my TV from my Directv RCVR without any other hookup. But I do have more. I use an optical cable to go into my Denon 1312 TV/optical input. Since my Wii, PS3, VCR, and formerly Xbox360 all plug into the HDTV inputs and I use it to switch. The Denon is not HDMI capable so this is best for me.
This is the first thing I would try. hook the HDMI to your HDTV from the CATV/SAT box and turn up the sound on the TV. [Box and TV on and correct input used] If you hear audio, the hook it back up as before. Now, turn on the Denon to radio. and turn it up. Got sound?
NO: check speakers and speaker setting. Let's say you have speakers hooked to A but not B. is the selector on B or AB. That won't work. It has to match the hookup. If speakers are on A only, select A only, etc. Also check with known good speakers. Also check all cables to be plugged into the correct spot and plugged in fully.
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connect the hdmi to the tv (hdmi input 1) and to the receiver (hdmi output) you must make sure that the receiver input settings are assigned correctly. Then hook up all of your devices to the receiver. remember that the 1508 dosent do hdmi upconversion, so if you have any devices that are NOT hdmi, you need to run rca cables from the output of you receiver to the input of your tv. If you have any digital inputs coming out of your devices, i would recommend using them. your 1508 has two inputs that are assignable. If all of your devices are hooked up to your receiver, and its hooked up to your tv properly, just turn down the sound on your tv, and turn up the volume on your denon!
Had a similar issue, replaced the receiver three times in first month. The fourth time it had to go back to Denon. They returned it saying no fault. Also replaced HDMI cables etc...real head scratcher. Turns out it was the tv. The system can get discombobulated if the receiver, tv and source are not sequenced correctly. This is due to the HDMI protocol, Power up sequence should be receiver, source tv. Once video is lost it has to be rest. With system powered up and tv displaying no signal, remove HDMI cable at tv. Turn off tv at outlet and leave of for 2 minutes (this rests HDMI port, important to leave off long enough!.). Turn tv on and reconnect HDMi...all should be good.
Poor Denon, I blamed them when it was my Sony Braiva all along....bad Sony
The best way to use the Denon and get your money's worth is to connect all devices to the Denon using HDMI connects if possible, if you use HDMI make sure you assign the audio if needed.
HDMI from Denon to TV. the Denon will upconvert all signals to HDMI to the TV
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