Originally Posted by DiabloZoe
I use a pioneer sc37 if your power supply out put the correct 3a and all the other numbers match then your supply should not be a problem. Have you tried resetting the unit to factory settings? I have not seen a unit that had issues outputting like this. But are you sure your receiver is updated to the newest FW?
I'm positive the receiver has the latest firmware. I had to update it manually with a flash drive instead of over the Internet, since the latest firmware update requires this. Here is what I've tested with the Dune. I really hope I'm missing something completely stupid here.
1.) Plug in Dune as-is and cycle through all the resolutions available with the Mode button. I waited ~10 seconds on each resolution before switching to the next.
2.) Did a full reset on the Dune and left it at the select language screen and plugged back into receiver. No output through receiver.
3.) Plugged the Dune into my Pioneer 5020FD and let it set the resolution to Full HD 1080p 60Hz. Plugged back into receiver and boot up. No output through receiver.
4.) I've manually set the resolution output on the Dune to several lower resolutions (1080i, 720p, varying refresh rates). No output through receiver.
5.) I've tried setting the color depth output to Auto, 8-bit and 12-bit. I didn't try 10-bit admittedly. No output through receiver.
6.) I've manually set the color space output to BT.709. No output through receiver.
I was hoping that there was some nuance in the power delivery that was causing an issue with the HDMI output, though I realize this is a stretch.
Originally Posted by jconjason
Why would you conclude the dune is bad? It works connected to your TV, it works connected to the Onkyo. Something else is the issue.
The only other potential oddity that I saw while connecting to the Onkyo is that the HDMI indicator on the front of the Onkyo turned off once the Dune was connected and booted up. There was an Oppo BDP-83 also connected to the Onkyo and the HDMI indicator stayed lit while the Oppo was running. So I assume that the HDMI indicator stays lit when there is a compliant HDMI signal being fed to the Onkyo. However, I can't explain why it still outputs video to the projector. It just seems like there is something off with the HDMI output.
I called Pioneer and the only thing the phone tech support could suggest is that there is an HDCP error causing this.