Will update asap.
I've had the Rx V-1800 for about 4 years now and I'm finally starting to play around with it some more. I have attempted to start reading the thread but it's so long. My AVR is completely stock and nothing tweaked just used Ypao to set it up and that's all. Any tweaks or things I should know of? I've been reading a lot about this firmware update. I have a harmony one as well are there any settings I should know of? Sorry for all these noob questions :D
Lastly I've been recently getting an issue with my volume knob. When I turn it I notice that the volume does not adjust accordingly. Is this what I need to do to fix my knob?
Thank You for all your help!
I would like to have my receiver when turned on automatically send a signal to my TV to turn it on and vise versa if the receiver was turned off to automatically turn off my TV. I have searched around and read parts of the manual but cant seem to find the information. If there is someone that knows how to do this and feels like sharing I would really appreciate it.
I have the RX-V1800 Receiver and a Sony KDL52XBR4 TV.
Hello, this thread is very long - I've read at least a dozen pages to no avail I apologize if my answer is buried in the 8000+ posts! I'm having an issue connecting my computer via HDMI to the AVR and passing it to my TV. Equipment: Yamaha RX-V3800, Mitsubishi WD-73734 TV, Powercolor AX7750 video card. The computer is a custom build, so video card is best model # I can give there.. The only posts I found of simliar problems were resolved by changing HDMI cables, I've tried several working cables and it did not help. I want to pass HDMI through AVR to TV this way to preserve surround sound, the video card is 7.1 capable over HDMI. When I connected the devices as above, I get no display on the TV. The HDMI light on my 3800 lights up, so it sees the input. I previously had a Bluray hooked up in the same configuration and it worked, so it's not the video board or connector failure on either end. Connecting the computer directly to the TV also works fine, and it is pushing 1080p as well as stereo audio with no issues. Besides this issue, I have no problems with any of the components and the computer itself is less than a week old with the latest drivers installed. I've been jumping through hoops trying to route over DVI, I've ordered a cheap HDMI splitter, and I've currently got the computer HDMI to TV with the TV audio out back into the AVR. Desperately searching for answers, I've come to the conclusion that instead of playing MacGyver I simply need to get my system working as it is designed!
Any help? Thanks
After a few minutes, the TV (via the amp) displays 'invalid source' or something similar, suggesting an invalid input from the computer. After pushing the reset button on the computer, the TV will display (via the PC HDMI - AVR - TV connection, all through HDMI) the PC BIOS, it's only when the PC has gone through this screen that the display is lost entirely. If anyone can help with this issue it would be greatly appreciated, I'm confident with my technology abilities and this is frustrating lol....