Originally Posted by doctorwizz
OC you are correct. I forgot to un-assign optical.
ARC is not working when I turn HDMI control back on.
I want my x4100 now Denon! Not in Sept.
On my Denon 2313ci ARC can be such a pain in the ass. It completely flaked on me several times and then I realized I had my optical plugged in. I then did everything in this order:
1) Turned off HDMI Control on Denon
2) Turned off HDMI-CEC on Samsung
3) Unplugged my optical cable
4) Turned everything off and unplugged my receiver for 10 minutes
5) Turned Receiver on then TV
6) Turned HDMI Control on in Denon
7) Turned HDMI-CEC on in Samsung and then go to sound menu and choose Receiver
8) Turn everything off one more time then turn on receiver and then TV
Also worth noting I turned off Auto Off in HDMI-CEC section of TV because my Receiver kept popping back on. What was happening was my Harmony remote was turning off my TV which was turning of my Receiver but then the Harmony would turn off the receiver which actually turned it back on. I know I could have fixed it via the Harmony setup but I was being lazy. Coincidentally, since I have turned off the Auto Off feature ARC has been rock solid. I really think the Denon wants/needs to be the first one powered on.
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