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Having some sound issues on my system. I have the 4520CI outputting to a JVC RS-57 PJ. Have issue (possibly different issues) with both BDP (Oppo-103) and Media Player (Dune Base 3D), but don't seem to ever have it with DirecTV HR21 or AppleTV (though AppleTV is rarely used).

OK, what is going on? Lets start with the Oppo-103 -- when I power up the system I generally get picture fine, but no sound when powering up from the Blu-Ray input. This is resolved by cycling power on the Oppo. I suspect (if someone can confirm) a HDMI handshake issue. I power up with projector 1st, 4520 2nd, and Oppo last. The projector I suspect is taking a really long time to power up. This only seems to happen with the Oppo on initial powerup of the system where the projector has to power up.

I can try putting longer delays between components in the power up sequence - have URC MX-890 so it is really flexible in how it can be programmed. Anyone think this would help? I would have to reinstall the CPP software (new laptop since last time I had to make changes) - but could be done.

Also with the Oppo-103, it has the MHL version of the Roku stick - and I can be watching a movie (Amazon Prime) and pause the movie. When I come back and hit resume often there is no sound. I suspect this is NOT a handshake issue, and would be posting in the Oppo thread instead of here if the exact same thing didn't happen from time to time with the Media Player input that connects the Dune Base3D source. In both cases this can be recovered by either rew or ff briefly then hitting play again.

Don't have a clue on this problem.

Any ideas appreciated!

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Then insist on their current flagship receiver and don't take no for an answer! Altho a 6200 would be almost as nice....
NO JOY, but not for the reasons you would expect.

Repair people asked for a main board and Denon said they didn't have any,would have to furnish a new unit. So repair service issued a DMA request, but Denon declined that saying they did have main boards. Main board received by repair shop,and sound was restored but found that the Network card was bad. 2 more weeks to get the network card, few days to install and now my 4520 is on its way back to me.

I got pretty excited when I thought I'd likely get an X7200!! But I'll make do with the 4520. Been a long time without good music.
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NO JOY, but not for the reasons you would expect.

Repair people asked for a main board and Denon said they didn't have any,would have to furnish a new unit. So repair service issued a DMA request, but Denon declined that saying they did have main boards. Main board received by repair shop,and sound was restored but found that the Network card was bad. 2 more weeks to get the network card, few days to install and now my 4520 is on its way back to me.

I got pretty excited when I thought I'd likely get an X7200!! But I'll make do with the 4520. Been a long time without good music.
Dang.....not that the 4520 is any slouch...
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