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How many 4k sources do you plan on using?

The HD Fury Integral would be a less costly option.

https://www.hdfury.com/shop/splitter...60-444-600mhz/
Looks interesting, and thanks for the info. I only have two sources at this time, but may need room to grow.
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Hello fellow 4520 owners...
I have a situation where when I connect my Denon to the TV I see the Denon logo and everything seems fine including sound playback.
When I play music using airplay I see the art label on the TV.
However when I connect my Roku or Apple TV it says "no signal". I even tried connecting that using a Ethernet hdmi extender thinking I may have a lengthy hdmi cable.
I've tried connecting both of these devices on multiple inputs but same result.

When I connect the Roku or Apple TV to my Marantz 5008 they show up fine on the tv with the same HDMI cable. So I'm kind of leaning towards that the hdmi board may be bad.

But if the hdmi board would be bad should I expect to see the Denon logo and airplay stream screen? Or even for that matter the setup menu etc?

I have tried the factory reset pressing menu and back buttons technique multiple times.

Any help is truly appreciated.

Thanks all.
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Hello fellow 4520 owners...
I have a situation where when I connect my Denon to the TV I see the Denon logo and everything seems fine including sound playback.
When I play music using airplay I see the art label on the TV.
However when I connect my Roku or Apple TV it says "no signal". I even tried connecting that using a Ethernet hdmi extender thinking I may have a lengthy hdmi cable.
I've tried connecting both of these devices on multiple inputs but same result.

When I connect the Roku or Apple TV to my Marantz 5008 they show up fine on the tv with the same HDMI cable. So I'm kind of leaning towards that the hdmi board may be bad.

But if the hdmi board would be bad should I expect to see the Denon logo and airplay stream screen? Or even for that matter the setup menu etc?

I have tried the factory reset pressing menu and back buttons technique multiple times.

Any help is truly appreciated.

Thanks all.
Have you tried every HDMI input on the AVR? What about other sources?
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Hello fellow 4520 owners...
I have a situation where when I connect my Denon to the TV I see the Denon logo and everything seems fine including sound playback.
When I play music using airplay I see the art label on the TV.
However when I connect my Roku or Apple TV it says "no signal". I even tried connecting that using a Ethernet hdmi extender thinking I may have a lengthy hdmi cable.
I've tried connecting both of these devices on multiple inputs but same result.

When I connect the Roku or Apple TV to my Marantz 5008 they show up fine on the tv with the same HDMI cable. So I'm kind of leaning towards that the hdmi board may be bad.

But if the hdmi board would be bad should I expect to see the Denon logo and airplay stream screen? Or even for that matter the setup menu etc?

I have tried the factory reset pressing menu and back buttons technique multiple times.

Any help is truly appreciated.

Thanks all.
Have you tried every HDMI input on the AVR? What about other sources?
Yes... when there is nothing connected to the input I see the Denon text on my TV.
As soon as I connect my Roku or Apple TV it goes to no signal!!!
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Yes... when there is nothing connected to the input I see the Denon text on my TV.
As soon as I connect my Roku or Apple TV it goes to no signal!!!
Try first doing a soft reset by simply powering off the unit and unplugging the power cable to the AVR and TV for 10 minutes. If still no joy, do a microprocessor reset as described in post 3 of this thread.

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Something nagging me in the back of my mind says this is a sync problem, like the input is/inputs are set to a specific resolution that the ATV & Roku can't match. If you plug these devices directly into your TV, what type of signal info is shown?
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