Originally Posted by Cleveland Plasma
Could be all of the above. Process of elimination:
-Did you get some certified HDMI cables with the badge below?
-Try a different devise, like a laptop with HDMI. Different blu ray player from another room?
If it still persists could be a defective JVC, which can happen from time to time.
I can't believe I'm saying this about HDMI cables, but we bought a $350 Audioquest Cinnamon 33" cable and it actually fixed the problem. The previous HDMI are all "certified" HDMI cables from Blue Jeans Cable (the 35" one) and also the optical fiber one from Ruipro (33"), which technically should not have any problems. But I think the longer the cable runs the more important the quality of cables are, to get a stable image.
Originally Posted by Madaeel
I bought a fiber HDMI cable and have yet to run it since most of the time it only does it when I run games at 4K/60 on my HTPC and I haven't played for a couple weeks. Soon as I switch back to 1080p/60 it runs fine. That makes me think it's the cable since as soon as the data being transferred is less, it goes away. Odd thing is my PS4 Pro did it the other day as soon as I turned it on yet my Xbox Scorpio doesn't?? The screen went black instantly. Idk it's a pita for sure though. Should be able to double check though I realize that doesn't help you now. Also my artifacts are a bunch of little blocks and it's always on the right side for some reason. Almost like it's trying to render the image.
I have problems on my Xbox one X as well, and it's the same problem. I don't know about the PS4 pro since that's connected to my LG OLED. Perhaps the Xbox One X is more sensitive to lower bandwidth issues?
Originally Posted by rinse82
Have the strangest issue that I seemed to workaround, but just thought I'd share in case anyone else has run into the same thing.
I have my RS540 getting its sources fed through my Denon 3500H.
All my sources (Shield, Cable, UHD Bluray, PS4 Pro) work fine, but ran into an issue with my Xbox One X where it wouldn't output when I set the console to 4K UHD resolution. In the temporary screen where it asks you if you'd like to keep the changes after toggling the resolution, I would get some static on the screen and it would eventually crap out and say my TV is having issues with 4K.
I switched to 1080p which got rid of the issue. Allow 4k is also checked off; if I start a 4K-capable game, the RS540 toggles the resolution appropriately, and I'm able to get signal and have the game outputted at 4K+HDR.
In summary - my Xbox One X dashboard only displays if I set the resolution to 1080p, but when 4K games are loaded the RS540 changes the resolution and the game works fine.
I'm using pretty much exactly the same setup, Xbox One X --> Denon 3400H --> RS540, and have practically the same issue. It usually happens in the dashboard screen as well, and it goes away if I change the resolution to 1080p. If you're running a 30+ inch HDMI cable, I would seriously consider "upgrading" to a better cable, as that fixed my problem (alternatively you can go for a shorter distance). We got the Audioquest Cinnamon cable from Best Buy, which absurdly expensive at $350, but nontheless fixed an issue even the RUIPRO optical HDMI cable didn't fix. In the end, I figured out it wasn't my projector being defective, it was a HDMI cable problem.