Sorry to hear about your problem - I have a Denon 6200/Sony 930e and C61/HR54 combo & don't experience any of the issues you mention - only suggestion I have is to unplug the mini and see if anything changes after the restart, and/or refresh all of your other DirecTV devices - also check to see if there have been any recent changes (or new updates are available) to the firmware on the Sammy or the Denon - good luck - let us know if you're able to get things cleared up!My Samsung Q90R, my Denon AVR3500H, and my Direct TV wireless mini was working fine. Now the Direct TV signal will not produce Audio / Video on my tv unless I bypass the Denon AVR. I have tried swapping out HDMI cables, tried a different HDMI port on the Denon, Direct TV has changed out the Genie Mini, and nothing has worked. My Blu ray player does work through the Denon to the TV.
Any ideas on what to do?
My Direct TV tower is Model HS17-500 and the Genie Mini is C61W-400.it would be good to know models of your server and a mini
Sometimes it's just an HDMI handshake issue. Happens to me too, like after a long rewind back through the buffer, but I just switch to a different input on the AVR and back and that always fixes it. Before I figured that out I was turning the whole receiver off & back on.Anyone getting loss of sound? Happens several times a day. I'm using an HR44 and a client. Sound loss happens with both.
Looked great to me watching on Directv on my Sony 930e. My guess to why it didn’t look good on your set is that maybe your set doesn’t natively support the flavor of HDR Directv outputs which if I’m not mistaken is HLG.I hope this post is in the right thread. Yesterday, I tried watching the Rams/Seahawks game on the DirecTV 4k channel and the picture didn't look very good. I have a 4 year old Sony 4k TV (XBR-75X940D) and the DirecTV 4k channel automatically has the TV change to HDR (not sure which version but definitely not Dolby Vision). My question to anyone with a HDR TV is whether the picture looked good to you if you happened to watch the game.
No way. HDR makes the 4K feed better .Almost every time I've compared 4K broadcast to the "regular" network version - I've preferred the non 4k image - always seemed brighter with better contrast & brightness.
I recorded the Rams/Hawks game on D* in 4K, and then switched over to the HD channel at the end and it was like going from HD to SD. Nothing about the picture looked good. Clarity. Sharpness. Colors. No comparison.Almost every time I've compared 4K broadcast to the "regular" network version - I've preferred the non 4k image - always seemed brighter with better contrast & brightness.