Originally Posted by jconjason /forum/post/21406053
bad advice... What would be the benefit of getting a 1612? He already has the 2112.
I would suggest you keep the 2112 and piece together speakers as you can, you dont have to buy them all at the same time
Originally Posted by batpig /forum/post/21406107
what city are you located in? we can check your local craigslist for you, used speakers are great way to get bang for the buck value.
what are your goals with the speaker setup? towers? bookshelfs? little satellites? how big is the room?
Originally Posted by freebits /forum/post/21393417
I don't understand why they couldn't reproduce this issue. I have used my HTPC w/o any problem with Denon 4310 for more than a year and I could easily found this issue right afer I replaced it with 3312 like the pics below.
Can you tell them to attach his computer with 3312 via large screen? FYI. I'm using Nvidia GT430.
No Video Convert
Originally Posted by rubke-nl /forum/post/21406531
i got the same problem with my AVR-2312 and the same video card,
how can we give the japanese engineers more specific technical information about this issue so they can resolve this??????
can somebody help us, or can we collect the users that got the same problems like us, and then send the setup information to the japanse engineers?
Originally Posted by bpauker /forum/post/21406290
Just bought an AVR-2112ci and am attempting to hook up to my Samsung TV (not ARC compatible). I'm having an issue I hope someone might be able to help with, and I hope this is the right place to ask.
I have OTA going directly to the TV (no cable box). On the TV, I have selected to output audio through external speakers. I have a toslink cable plugged into the digital audio output optical port on the TV and running to the 2112ci digital optical input port. On the Denon, I set the TV input to HDMI = none and Digital = OPT. No sound comes out. I see the red light at the end of the optical cable going to the receiver, so I know there is a good connection between the TV and the Denon. Any ideas of what settings may need to be tweaked? Thanks in advance!
Originally Posted by C1crx /forum/post/21405915
Hey guys my girlfriend just gave me a avr2112ci for Christmas. But the thing is I dont think my speaker budget ($300) is gonna let me use the 2112 to it's full potential. Would you guys recommend maybe returning it and buying something more practical considering all I would connect would be a ps3 and cable hddvr both via HDMI?
Originally Posted by C1crx /forum/post/21406081
Yea that's what I'm thinking just piece together a decent system over time. I guess I'm gonna start checking eBay/Craigslist to see what kind of deals I can find.
Originally Posted by jdsmoothie /forum/post/21406887
The optical input defaults to TV so no settings adjustment should be required. If the TV is setup correctly and the cable is not defective, then it should work. Try using another optical cable.
Originally Posted by starmoon007 /forum/post/21407419
sadly heard that jp engineers can't reprecate the image degrade issue on 2312...
this is too easy to identify by connet a computer hdmi out to amp and pass to tv or prj by displaying some text screen. There will be big differet by turning video convert on and off.
(can the supervisor of this thread pass this infomation to those engineers?)
Originally Posted by jdsmoothie /forum/post/21407590
Do you have another device that uses an optical input that you can test with instead?
Originally Posted by bpauker /forum/post/21407491
Easier said than done. I'll need to find another 50' cable to test with.
Originally Posted by Davird_Jr /forum/post/21284970
Have been using 2112 for 2 months now and a new problem has popped up. Have BD, Sat/Cbl, Xbox and HD-DVD all connected via HDMI and output to Samsung Plasma via HDMI. Denon is in closet behind our family room and connections are throught the wall using HDMI jacks through the wall. Not sure if this is the place to ask, but I think it is an AV receiver problem based on my troubleshooting so far. About a week and a half ago kids told me no video while trying watch a BD. Went to AV closet and HDMI on back of Insignia BD player seemed to be loose so I pushed it in to reseat it. Picture has returned, but now there is white streaking and blocking intermittently on the picture. It seems to get worse at times and the video (only) even drops out to the point that Samsung monitor advises no signal. I don't beleive this is the white sparkle described in the FAQ on page 1. It is more like the lines you see on film at a theater when there are flaws on the print. The odd thing is that the HDMI audio remains perfect and does not drop out even though it is attached through the same HDMI cable. This is very frustrating to watch and I have tried several things to try to troubleshoot. I have tried changing out the HDMI cable with three other HDMI cables, all do the same thing. I tried changing out the BD player with one from my bedroom, and even bought a Black Friday cheapie to try and they all 3 (2 different brands) do the same exact thing. I tried changing the BD output to Game 2 input on AVR, same thing. I tried unhooking HDMI from back of HD-DVD and plugging it into BD output, same thing. Tried plugging the BD player into a different AC outlet, same thing. Tried unplugging AVR for 15 minutes, no change, same problem. Sat/CBl and HD-DVD and Xbox are still playing flawlessly with no issues. Also connected BD direct into Samsung and it plays flawlessly including the audio back to the AVR through Samsung's optical out. Stumped. Am considering a microprocessor reset as soon as I can figure out how to save my config.dat file. Tried to see the AVR on my Windows 7 laptop last night, but couldn't. Am reaching the point of frustration as searching this thread and web search turn up nothing. Only BD and only video, I'm stumped. Thanks for listening.
Originally Posted by jdsmoothie /forum/post/21285128
Are the HDMI cables from the same batch? Pick up another one from a different source. Also try connecting the BDP to each of the other HDMI inputs, other than the GAME2 input. If still no joy, resetting the microprocessor would be your next option.
Originally Posted by onlyclave /forum/post/21286668
The problem is the HDMI jacks through the wall. Each and every HDMI connection will impart signal loss, and those cheap HDMI wallplate couplers add two more insertion loss points not to mention their manufacturing tolerances are pretty loose.
Get rid of those wall plates and your problem will go away.
Originally Posted by Davird_Jr /forum/post/21286948
The wall plates were were working fine until last week. One HDMI out of AVR to wall plate, one HDMI (3 ft) from wall plate to Samsung Plasma.
JD - HDMI cables were from two different batches/brands purchased from 2 different sources. I will be looking into microprocessor reset. Would prefer not to remove the wall plate, beside all other sources work fine. Puzzling, no?