I am having an HDMI handshaking issue between my Sharp Aquos 60E88UN and my Denon AVR-591 receiver.
The systems worked perfectly a few days ago, with me being able to adjust the volume control, etc. I was doing all of this successfully with a DirecTV HR21 satellite DVR receiver. But, since I added a new DirecTV HR24 DVR receiver, the Aquoslink (HDMI-CEC connection) no longer works.
I have repeatedly attempted to re-initialize the link by "Enabling" the Aquoslink on the TV AND also on the AVR-591, but these methods are not working.
Prior to re-connecting the "new" satellite receiver, I did power everything down and switch off my power strip to the entire system. When I rebooted everything, including enabling the satellite receiver to output "Dolby Digital", I am able to hear and see everything correctly. I am even able to control the Denon volume control with my DirecTV universal remote. However, the Denon is just not connecting with my Sharp LCD TV.
The biggest reason for the Aquos link is obviously to allow for a seamless power down of my TV, DVR, and Denon receiver. Plus, I also like how the TV volume control was actually displayed on the TV, whilst actually being controlled by the receiver.
If possible, please kindly provide me a step-by-step solution to the issue. I have extensively read both my Sharp owners manual and the Denon owners manual. I have followed their steps exactly many times. Still nothing. Thanks.
What am I missing here? Thanks.