100% this!!!!If it were me, I wouldn't route them through the Foundation is its HDMI is not the latest and greatest. Maybe you need the Krell switcher?
For my Sony TV I have my OPPO and Roku directly connected.
Just like Orange_GT3 said...HDFury Vertex2 switch will certainly fix the issue described. Actually, if I remember correctly, @Orange_GT3 him(her)self recommended me HDFury switcher about 1.5 years ago when I had similar HDMI issues with my EVO7073D.Or maybe an HDFury device such as a Vertex2.
I am very pleased to see that there is more ongoing communication going on about this.The Krell switcher replaces 4 of your existing inputs so is seemless in that respect and will allow you to maintain per input settings.
The HDFury will route all devices into 1 input on the Foundation so if, for example, you wanted room correction on for one device and not for another, you wouldn't be able to set that up using the inputs menu.
I have order one to use with my Foundation original version but won’t be here to sometime in January regards brian.wondering if anyone is using the external 4k HDMI switcher with Foundation 4k
I thought it used the RS232 port (which I use for control) but now I see it connects to the mini USB port on the Foundation, so I might give it a try
USB works fine. You need to contact Krell support who will send you the update.One more question in addition to the above post. My Krell Foundation 4K has the original firmware on it, I believe its version 1.34. I have tried updating the software version using "network" route, but every time the unit tries to download the firmware version, it gets stuck at the download screen showing "[firmware file name].... 0K" and eventually fails to download the firmware stating "Download error". Has anyone experienced this? Has anyone tried updating the unit via the USB route? If so, where/how did you obtain the updated software version? Thanks.