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Good morning,

I recently added a Pioneer VSX-822-K to my setup (samsung 55", mac mini, comcast cable box- all going through HDMI/the receiver)

The HDMI options on my receiver include Control, ARC, and Standby Through.

I even notice a significant delay switching between hd channels, though i do notice that there is no delay when moving between channels outputting the same resolution. (for instance, channels in 60p experience no delay when switching.)

I could be barking up the wrong tree entirely, but it seems like the pioneer receiver is the only thing that has changed as of recent.

Thanks in advance!

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yep... that's to be expected as the receiver has to "catch up" as things like resolution change.
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A work around to resolve this issue is to simply set the cable box to output at only the highest resolutions (ie. 1080i/1080p).
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A work around to resolve this issue is to simply set the cable box to output at only the highest resolutions (ie. 1080i/1080p).

Thanks for the tip! My options to enable/disable are 1080i, 720p, 480p, 480i, 1080p24 pass, and 1080p30 pass. I watch a mix of hd and standard definition channels. Do you happen to know which would be the highest resolution(s) I should use? (I'm assuming one of the 1080 ones smile.gif )

Thanks again in advance!
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I would check all three "1080" options if possible.
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I would check all three "1080" options if possible.

Thank you!! Makes a huge difference.
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