Originally Posted by doognam
Perhaps a comment might prove to be helpful.
Would you allow the vendor to disrespect, mistreat, and/or CHEAT YOU by accepting a replacement that is also faulty?
No I don't think this vendor knowingly would cheat the customer, but I also know s**t happens by no ones fault.
Originally Posted by laserjock II
Is PC your only source? Do you have a BluRay player or something you can use to try if it is?
This is something I have been thinking about and talking with the vendor about also. But after talking with the vendor and looking at the Getting Started guide, I am wondering if the PC or BluRay or any other source has any influence with this.
Let me put it this way. I open up the 4520 and proceed to follow the getting started instructions.
1) put batteries in - check
2) place receiver close to TV and connect receiver to TV with HDMI cable. - check
3)Turn on TV and select appropriate HDMI input. - check
4)Plug in receiver and turn on receiver. - check
5) Follow the on-screen setup assistant. - No video signal to TV.
So after following he instructions and getting no video signal to TV, I assume a bad cable and test all my cables from my pc to TV without the receiver in between. All cables seem to work from PC to TV. Then I assume it may be a my TV, so I switch out the 70" for my 42" and then to my 32". I follow all the same instructions as above with each resulting in a no video signal to any TV on any HDMI input of the TV's. So as a last ditch effort and wally world being close, I get another 6ft length of HDMI cable, Monster brand. And start the whole process over again, and get no video signal. So at this point I am thinking WTH and do a deep reset of the receiver and go to bed. Start the process the next morning with different cables, TV's and turning on and off sequences to no avail. No where does it ask me to add a source since I can not get the On-Screen Setup Assistant to display.
On my first 4520 I did get the onscreen assistant and it did ask if you would like help adding a source. ie..bluray,dvd, etc..
Now I have contacted the vendor and Denon on this and so far neither have a answer to fix the problem. I don't know what to try next. I bring my old onkyo in and hook it up and video and audio work fine, bring in my 4311 and hook it up and video and audio all are fine. Hook the 4520 up and get no video but do get audio with the tuner.
Are there any other tests to run or try that will maybe get this to work?