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Yes, I've tried each and every one of the available resolutions. In some cases, it would only make matters worse, with an even more distorted - tilted, flickering - picture (e.g., 1080p:24Hz, 720p).

If the source resolution is of an equal or lesser value than the one selected (1080i or 480p/576p for most HD channels, which are broadcasted in 1080i; 720p for ESPN HD, which is broadcasted in 720p), nothing happens, as the scaler is not used (confirmed in HDMI Signal Info.). However, when watching SD channels (broadcasted in 480i), all of the resolutions cause the issue at hand. 4K obviously gives a black picture (no signal), since the panel is 1080p.

While on that subject, when checking compatible resolutions for my TV (HDMI Monitor, under General/Information/Video), pretty much all of them are listed: 480p, 576i/p, 1080i:50/60Hz, 720p:50/60Hz, 1080p:24/25/30/50/60Hz.

Would any of the suggested resets erase my previous configuration (including Audyssey setup)? I'm assuming yes, but still would like to make sure before proceeding with the test. If so, is there any way to save the configuration file, perhaps to a USB device?

A soft reset does not result in any loss of settings while a microprocessor reset will. Please review the SAVE/LOAD info I provide in post ##3 of this thread and in the below link ....

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A soft reset does not result in any loss of settings while a microprocessor reset will. Please review the SAVE/LOAD info I provide in post ##3 of this thread and in the below link ....

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Thank you, JD. I edited my previous message to inform you that I had found the answers to my questions on your other posts, but you were faster than me.

I'll try resetting the AVR later today, when I'm home, and I'll let you know how it goes.

Thanks again!
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