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Denon AVR-X1000 does not show on screen display
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Post 1 made on Saturday September 6, 2014 at 03:06
Lurking Member
September 2014
Hi Experts,

I have a Denon AVR-X1000 receiver for a few months now. Up until a week ago, it showed me a on screen display of volume, sound mode etc. However, about a week ago, it stopped presenting it, when the receiver is set to show my PC. If I change it to display any other channel (for example DVD), it does show the on screen display. At the moment, only my PC is connected to the receiver, so all other channels are disconnected.

By the way, if I change the PC's HDMI connection to a different channel on the receiver, the problem persists on the new channel.

Any idea would be much appreciated!
Post 2 made on Thursday October 2, 2014 at 12:56
Ernie Gilman
Yes, That Ernie!
December 2001
This is already an old thread, and you might have an answer, but here goes:

Are you using only one video output of the AVR? If so, which one is it?
Or, said differently,
What monitor input were you using when you could see the display of volume, sound mode, etc? When you select PC as a source on the Denon, do you have to change the monitor to a different input?

What kind of cable and connectors are used to get the PC signal into the Denon?

This is intriguing in part because (just guessing here) the Denon might not "think" there is an audio output from the computer. Does the Denon have audio input jacks that go with the PC video input right out of the box? That is, did you have to program the Denon to associate an audio input with the PC's video input? If so, it could make sense that the Denon doesn't show any audio adjustments.

Most receivers I've seen that display info on the screen only do so through one output, and it's not selectable. And most of them have been on the plain old video output, too!
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Post 3 made on Wednesday March 18, 2015 at 18:33
Long Time Member
April 2004
In many cases, a Microprocessor reboot will cure erratic behavior. This assumes that you have not changed ANYTHING prior to this problem raising its ugly head.

If you changed something and then the issue started, I 'd retrace those steps and reverse them and see what the results are.
Post 4 made on Thursday March 19, 2015 at 13:37
Active Member
December 2002
Video Conversion and Info must be on for the overlay to show.

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