Originally Posted by ParityBit
Ok. I have tried having everything off and unplugged, then turning all back on. Same thing.
I have tried plugging the xbox one into its own port on the TV and the TV had no problem with it.
I turned on the xbox 360 and the tv would not display anything when going through the receiver (with two HDMI)
It works fine with one .
PS4 works fine with two cables.
that's just a pain man, not sure what can be done.
I don't have an xboxone, but my 360 has not given me any issues through my powered HDMI splitter, which should be functioning the same way your receiver is.
there may be an issue with the way the receiver splits the HDMI signal, a powered splitter MIGHT fix this, but there's really no guarantee. it's hard to troubleshoot a problem like this, cause technically everything is hooked up properly.
I suppose you could hook up the ps4 and cable to the receiver, then output from the receiver to HDMI1(movie preset) and HDMI2(game mode), then hook up the xbox360 and xboxone to HDMI3 and HDMI4(both in game mode) and run the optical audio out from the tv to the receiver in. with this you should be able to:
-watch cable with best picture settings --> cable input on receiver, and HDMI1 on tv
-watch BD's on ps4 with best picture settings --> PS4 input on receiver and HDMI1 on tv
-play games on ps4 with game mode --> PS4 input on receiver and HDMI2 on tv
-play games on xboxone with game mode --> optical audio in on receiver and HDMI3 on tv
-play games on xbox 360 with game mode --> optical audio in on receiver and HDMI4 on tv
it's definitely more complicated, and you won't be able to easily use the xboxone for any media/BD playback with the 'best' video settings. so at this point, it might just be best to forget about pc mode, and calibrate in game mode and just run a single HDMI out from the receiver and watch everything in game mode. it's still giving you most of the calibration options, and you can get a fantastic picture out of it. if you really want to, for special occasions or whatever, you can always turn game mode off to watch a bluray. for cable and most video, it's probably not worth turning game mode off though.