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Chapmanj2
Reel Rookie

Roku is not connecting to my A/VR

Connected Roku Ultra to an available HDMI input port on my Onkyo TX-NR3010 AVR, but I get a "No Signal" message on the AVR display. Tried all of the HDMI input ports, but get the same no signal message on all of them. Would like to use my AVR as a single point for my various devices (Roku, cable box, game console, BlueRay, etc) 

Any thoughts on why Roku is not connecting to the AVR?

My Roku works fine plugged into an available HDMI input on my TV.

Thanks!

 

 

 

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Chapmanj2
Reel Rookie

Re: Roku is not connecting to my A/VR

Solved: Problem was with the Onkyo handshake with Roku Ultra.

Found an old post on Reddit about a hidden menu on Onkyo receivers: press and hold the BD/DVD button on the front panel then press the On/Standby button. The front panel LCD now shows "HDMI:std". When you press the On/Standby button again, the display toggles to "HDMI:enh"

When through the steps and it re-tarted my HDMI board. Roku is now working through my AVR.

 

makaiguy
Community Streaming Expert

Re: Roku is not connecting to my A/VR

@Chapmanj2-

Thanks for reporting back to share your findings. 

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