tl;dr: Replacing the old HDMI extender with a new one that had “EDID Copy” functionality solved this for me; it was not an issue with the Vero device or OSMC.
I recently received my Vero 4K+, and I cannot get HDMI video to display through my Denon AVR-X3000. I DO indeed see 1080p video if I connect directly to a computer monitor via HDMi, however I need to display via the Denon AVR. Despite having a completely black screen, I can hear audio through the AVR speakers when I use the Vero remote (the various GUI navigation sounds). At no point am I able to change settings in the GUI, as I simply get no video signal. I can ssh into the device and I’m comfortable mucking with the CLI. Links to logs below.
Things I have tried:
- can successfully see 1080p HDMI video on a computer monitor
- swapped 3 different HDMI cables and two different ports on the AVR device.
- after my initial lack of success, I re-flashed the Vero with the Oct. update, but still no HDMI video.
- I have updated via the command line, but no dice.
Logs after re-flashing with the Oct. update:
Logs after apt updating and rebooting:
Any thoughts on how to proceed? Direct output to the television itself is not is not an option (all ports, etc) are inaccessible behind a wall), and I have successfully used the OSMC rPi build on the same setup. I recently retired my trusty rPi 3 in favor of this new machine! Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
Edit: Plugging directly into the television gives me a video signal.
As requested, here is the grab-logs -z
Also, here is the -A
My television is a Samsung UN60FH6003F
After connecting directly to my television, I was able to turn off CEC in the Vero. This allowed me to see video when connected through the AVR. Thanks to @Buckeye for the suggestion!
Here are the logs after successful video: