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post #1 of 2 Old 02-06-2013, 12:11 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi Everyone,

I have a new Denon 1913 which I love, however when hooked up to my Vizio I am having issues. The main problem is that when turning on all devices with universal my tv is all fuzzy. Usually if I turn the TV off and on again it fixes the problem and I get a picture. Now it takes several off/on to fix. It works fine with BD and xbox, but the cable is not working properly.

I have my xbox, uverse, and BD all hooked into the denon going to HDMI 1 on my TV.....

Any ideas whats wrong?

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Try powering on the devices in this order ... TV, pause 5-7 sec, AVR, pause 5-7 sec, and then the source device. You also may want to try replacing your HDMI cables. Cable prices are very reasonable ($5) at forum sponsor Monoprice.

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