Originally Posted by maxleung
Yeah, that really sucks. I am wondering if a Gefen HDMI Detective would prevent the audio dropout from happening...I *think* when you plug it into the output of the AVR just before the TV, and the detective is programmed with the EDID of the TV, it will always appear to the AVR as always-on even if you turn off the TV itself.
I really need to read up more about it.
To expand the issue. My PC monitor is connected to my GPU aswell. When I turn the TV on, the PC monitor goes black, flickers a bit and then return to normal as the TV turns on. This is also quite weird as the TV is configured as an extended display. If I were to not go through the receiver the TV would turn on normally and the regular PC display would not have been affected.
Originally Posted by JChin
Hi Lindrian, curious what would happen if you turn off HDMI Control feature (HDMI Standby Pass Through).
I have tried that and played around with those settings. No change.
When I turn the TV ON, the "HDMI" light stays on but this is how it goes.
TV OFF: "IN" lights up, rest is black.
TV ON: "IN" goes black, "OUT1" lights up then "IN" lights up again.
"OUT1" flashes once then and thats it.
I tried OUT2, same thing.
When I turn the TV OFF after it has been ON, the entire HDMI-logo and IN/OUT turns OFF entirely, then "HDMI" and "IN" lights up and I get sound/picture.