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Increasing power on delays - Harmony One
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Post 1 made on Monday June 13, 2011 at 14:08
Emile
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Due to HDMI hand shake issues between my Sony KDF46E2000, Denon AVR 987 and DirecTV HR24-500 I need to increase the time between each devices power up.

If possible, please provide detailed Harmony One programing instructions.
Post 2 made on Tuesday June 14, 2011 at 10:13
jlet
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You can change the device powering sequence in any activity (Activity > Settings > Review the order in which devices are powered on).

Also since HDMI is a "two way" connection, you should turn off any "auto-tune" feature (sometimes called EZ-Sync, Viera Link, AnyNet, BD-Wise, etc.). The "auto-tune" feature is used to communicate between devices to have one device turn another on, or to auto-select an input. However, these auto-changes will create conflicts as the Harmony is unaware of them. Furthermore, the "auto-tune" feature can cause issues that stop other devices from booting/starting/handshaking properly. Unless you feel you need it and unless you don't have problems, turn it/them off (in the user menus of all applicable devices).
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