Originally Posted by whiteboy714
Reset the receiver still didn't fix it.
I had this same problem with my Onkyo receiver, and it is a stored "bad" EDID. You're going to need to factory reset all three devices (display, Shield, AVR).
Hook the Shield up directly to your display, and do a factory reset of the Shield. Then, power off the Shield and unplug the HDMI cable.
Then factory reset both your display and the AVR (don't have them connected to each other via HDMI).
Then reconnect your AVR to your display, turn on the display first, then the AVR. Once they are both up, plug the Shield into the AVR and power it up.
This should flush out all EDID info and start from scratch.
Also, with my Onkyo, you can't do a true factory reset just within the menus. You have to hold down certain buttons on the AVR, turn it on, and it'll ask on the front dot-matrix display if you want to do it. Also, you can't use the remote either, only the buttons on the front. Not sure about a Denon, you may have to Google that.