Well, I just factory reset my 4311ci and it's officially in its new home running my living room setup (replacing the 2106 that was there yesterday). Of course, this means I'm going to need a new processor for my HT whenever I get around to setting that up. Ugh, though, such a PITA (by no fault of the 4311ci, probably).
My TV in that room is old (still component) and I have the 4311ci running through an HDMI -> component converter. Previously, I just connected everything via component on the 2106 (no choice). I only used the converter for my XB1, which didn't do component. While this did cause the 2106 a lot of frustration (I could hear lots of relay clicks when the XB1 booted, lol), eventually a picture would come on. However, now the converter always hates life (handshakes take forever, my TV will blink back and forth between signal out of range, etc). Plus, my XB1 wouldn't even show on the screen at first (just a grey screen). But, I connected the XB1 directly to the converter again and for whatever reason that time it handshaked at 720p and I forced that resolution. This seems to work through the Denon now. It was working with 1080i before, but now it doesn't even show that as an option. Whatever.
Anyway -- my question is: Is there a way to make the Denon chose a resolution and force everything out at that res so maybe I can limit the handshakes with the component converter? I'm guessing it's the cause of my issues, I very rarely had problems when the 4311ci was used with my other HDMI TVs in the living room at my last house (at this new one, I get stuck with this crappy TV and all my good stuff is booted to the basement not set up, because WAF, lol
edit: Also, I presume the factory reset just wipes out settings (my goal, since it's in an entirely new setup) but does not downgrade firmware. Right now the unit has no network connection to check, and I don't remember what firmware it was at before. Is there anything the factory reset doesn't touch that I should manually reset?