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Jvc model HDP61RU.NEED TO MAKE HDMI WORK WITH NEW ROKU BOX.SUSPECT HDMI COMPATIBILITY PROBLEMS,WORKS WITH NEW TOSHIBA TV/MONITOR

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  • jim9810 Jan 02, 2011

    JVC HDP61R1U HDMI inputs will not display signal from ROKU XD/S box please advise

  • jim9810 Jan 02, 2011

    Have enabled roku both in 720p and 1080p.NO POSITIVE RESULTS,JUST A BLACK SCREEN ON BOTH HDMI INPUTS ON JVC .NO LABELS ON EITHER INPUT APPEAR,NO NOTHING.WE DO HAVE HDMI COMMUNICATION WIT NEW TOSHIBA TV/MONITOR,BOTH IN 720P AND 1080P,PROVING THAT THERE IS ROKU HD OUT.

  • jim9810 Jan 02, 2011

    JVC HDP61R1U NEITHER HDMI INPUT 1 OR 2 WILL RESPOND TO A KNOWN GOOD HDMI SIGNAL FROM A ROKU XD/S BOX.WORKS FINE INTO A NEW TOSHIBA TV/MONITOR,BOTH 720P OR 1080P

  • jim9810 Jan 03, 2011

    NO,NOT AVAILABLE,BUT PROOFED ROKU OUTPUT.SET IS 2006 MODEL

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Hi,

I apologise in advance as you've probably done this already, however I have to start with the basics. There shouldn't be any HDMI compatibility issue here - both devices are HDMI enabled. However, it may be necessary to enable the HDMI output on the Roku box. Before I start telling you to change settings, please confirm you have done the following;

1. Connected the HDMI out socket on the Roku box to one of the HDMI inputs on the TV:

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    DILLIGAF Jan 02, 2011

    Sorry, posted prematurely, please ignore. Will post again in a minute.

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    DILLIGAF Jan 02, 2011

    I'll try again ;)



    I apologise in advance as you've probably done this already, however I have to start with the basics. There shouldn't be any HDMI compatibility issue here - both devices are HDMI enabled. However, it may be necessary to enable the HDMI output on the Roku box. Before I start telling you to change settings, please confirm you have done the following;

    1. Connected the HDMI out socket on the Roku box to one of the 2 HDMI inputs on the TV:










    2. Switch the Roku box and the TV on.



    3. Press the "INPUT" button on your JVC remote repeatedly until you get the signal from the Roku box . . .



    - If you are using HDMI input "1" in the above picture the correct input is "DIGITAL IN1" - this will probably display as "STB" on your TV screen.



    - If you are using HDMI input "2" in the above picture the correct input is "DIGITAL IN2" - this will probably display as "DVD" on your TV screen. Please note: there may be 2 inputs which are classed as "DVD".





    I know this is all pretty basic stuff, but I have no way of knowing what you have or haven't done so far. I need to make sure the initial setup is correct before we start changing settings which don't need to be changed and could further complicate the problem.



    Please confirm you have done all of the above and then post back for further assistance.



    Happy New Year!

    BElectric

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    DILLIGAF Jan 02, 2011

    Thanks for the reply. I need to think about this for a short while - have you tried connecting any other HDMI devices to the JVC TV?



    Will get back to you asap.



    BElectric

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    DILLIGAF Jan 02, 2011

    Hi,



    You already (somewhat prematurely) rejected my assistance, but I guess I will give you the answer anyway. Your TV will not accept an HDMI signal from the Roku box. In the TV specifications on page 104 of your user manual you will note this:



    HDMI jack x 2

    Note: The Digital-In terminal is not compatible with picture signals of a personal computer.



    The Roku box is effectively a PC. It is receiving digital media via the internet and streaming it to your TV in the same way as a standrd PC would.



    The only way you will get this to work, is with a different type of cable. I would suggest component AV.



    Regards,

    BElectric

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Make sure you pick the right input for the right HDMI port,

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Really? Try reading the messages you've been sent.

I've pasted this from your premium support request:


Your TV will not accept an HDMI signal from the Roku box. In the TV specifications on page 104 of your user manual you will note this:

HDMI jack x 2
Note: The Digital-In terminal is not compatible with picture signals of a personal computer.

The Roku box is effectively a PC. It is receiving digital media via the internet and streaming it to your TV in the same way as a standard PC would.

The only way you will get this to work, is with a different type of cable. I would suggest component AV.


Hope this helps. Unfortunately, your purchase of incompatible equipment is beyond our control.

BSElectric.

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