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19 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

I would suspect an HDMI signal (compatibility) problem with the TV or the Denon. Probably the Denon.

Try it at a pals house with their different make of TV.

 

All this talk of cables and electricity supply sounds like BS to me.

All this talk of checking stuff ....... did they show you the Denon working correctly with any TV?

Did they bring a replacement Denon unit to plug in and show you the same problem?

If they didn't, then they weren't checking anything.

 

If you're in Chiang Mai, you can bring it to my house, I've got a large Samsung, and a large Lg to try it on.

I've also got a UPS and a completely independent stabilised power source.

Just saw ..... Samui is a bit far.

BritManToo. Thanks for the offer, but yes am in Samui. What do you mean by independent stabilised power source? Is that a separate device between the socket and TV?

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1 minute ago, phetphet said:

BritManToo. Thanks for the offer, but yes am in Samui. What do you mean by independent stabilised power source? Is that a separate device between the socket and TV?

Forget last post. I see now. Battery and inverter.

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16 minutes ago, phetphet said:

BritManToo. Thanks for the offer, but yes am in Samui. What do you mean by independent stabilised power source? Is that a separate device between the socket and TV?

Your problem is a faulty TV or a faulty Denon.

It was really up to Denon to show you your exiting unit working on another Tv.

Talk of cables and power is just BS on their part.

 

Blu-ray was always a problem, usually caused by the copyright protection on the HDMI signals.

Who to blame .... the player, the amp, or the TV .... the manufacturers will all blame each other.

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...but are the little shocks and tingles I get when I touch the box and the TV

 

Just a thought.

Did you try each device independently?

That is, disconnect the TV and the Box completely.

Then power the TV on. -  any little shocks and tingles when you touch the TV?

Now, take out the TV and power the Box on - any little shocks and tingles when you touch the Box?

 

For whatever it is worth, take out both the TV and Box and plug another device on that power point - any little shocks and tingles when you touch that device?

 

Just to localise where the issue is.

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