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Try doing a microprocessor reset and start from scratch. Set HDMI Control to ON on the AVR. Power off the AVR and TV. Power on the TV, wait 4-5 seconds and then power on the AVR. See if you can set the TV Audio to "Receiver". If yes, yeh!

If no, have you tried connecting the 1913 to the 2nd Sammy that has the Yamaha connected to it to see if ARC works with it?

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I did try the 2nd Sammy with the cables that I know work (ones currently connected to Yamaha). I plugged into the Denon, and the 2nd Sammy cannot choose Receiver. I can still see the Denon on the Sammy HDMI ARC port though. So I am pretty confident its something in the receiver. If I reset the microprocessor, do I have to resetup all the speakers and everything? Or will they just work right away?

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Resetting the microprocessor will return all settings to factory default and wipe out the Audyssey settings unless you use the Web Control SAVE/LOAD procedure (p. 89 Owner's manual).

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I have the AVR-2313CI in my theater, with an HTPC and PS3 as sources. I'm trying to run an HDMI to a TV in another room from the receiver's 2nd output. Is there a way to still use the TV's speakers and not have the theater speakers still on as well?

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With an HDMI source, you can set HDMI Audio Out to "TV", but this would then apply to both outputs, otherwise you would need to use a model with Zone 2 (HDMI) out (eg. X3000, X4000, X3100W, X4100W) to pass video/audio to the Zone 2 display independent from the main zone.

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I have the AVR-2313CI in my theater, with an HTPC and PS3 as sources. I'm trying to run an HDMI to a TV in another room from the receiver's 2nd output. Is there a way to still use the TV's speakers and not have the theater speakers still on as well?
The 2313CI doesn't have an independent 2nd HDMI output, rather, it's simply a split/mirrored output for the 2 HDMI outs. So that means any settings that are on one apply to the other.

When the receiver is powered on, there is an HDMI Audio setting which can be toggled between AMP and TV. When set to AMP the external speakers will make noise; when set to TV the audio is not processed by the receiver but is passed through the receiver to the display. This is an either/or setting, so if you set it to TV the speakers would be silent in the theater room.

Alternately, if you don't need a picture in both rooms, you can use the HDMI Standby Passthrough feature so that the HDMI input passes through passively to the TV when the receiver is powered down. Turn it on for the theatre room, keep it on standby when you want to use the TV.

If you want true independence for the 2 diplays, you need a receiver with an independent matrix HDMI Zone 2 output, that is found on the step up model in your year (3313CI) or in the replacement for your model (X3000) and higher level models. With these models you could be watching surround sound on the projector with one HDMI source while passing a different HDMI source to the TV.

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With an HDMI source, you can set HDMI Audio Out to "TV", but this would then apply to both outputs, otherwise you would need to use a model with Zone 2 (HDMI) out (eg. X3000, X4000, X3100W, X4100W) to pass video/audio to the Zone 2 display independent from the main zone.

Ok, that's not horrible. I only have to switch it off of "TV" when we use the theater then, right?

Thanks so much for your help.

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The 2313CI doesn't have an independent 2nd HDMI output, rather, it's simply a split/mirrored output for the 2 HDMI outs. So that means any settings that are on one apply to the other.

When the receiver is powered on, there is an HDMI Audio setting which can be toggled between AMP and TV. When set to AMP the external speakers will make noise; when set to TV the audio is not processed by the receiver but is passed through the receiver to the display. This is an either/or setting, so if you set it to TV the speakers would be silent in the theater room.

Alternately, if you don't need a picture in both rooms, you can use the HDMI Standby Passthrough feature so that the HDMI input passes through passively to the TV when the receiver is powered down. Turn it on for the theatre room, keep it on standby when you want to use the TV.

If you want true independence for the 2 diplays, you need a receiver with an independent matrix HDMI Zone 2 output, that is found on the step up model in your year (3313CI) or in the replacement for your model (X3000) and higher level models. With these models you could be watching surround sound on the projector with one HDMI source while passing a different HDMI source to the TV.
That's an awesome idea, as the TV is the kids' playroom. Thanks!

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