steamer wrote:I do know that my HDMI connection on my Roku1 is VERY flaky ...
I can easily lose the signal with the slightest movement of the box.
Been that way since day one.
Have you tried other HDMI cables? I know in some instances, if the metal ends of the cable aren't manufactured properly, it can cause erratic behavior.
C. Shawn Smith
I have the EXACT same problem....I have a toshiba LCD TV
My TV has been working perfectly while hooking it up via HDMI to my cable box and Wii and laptop. The HDMI cable works perfectly for them.
When I got my Roku yesterday, I had the exact same problem. Nothing is showing up if I connect over HDMI. If I connect with composite video, it works fine. I have also tried all the steps listed here, plus hard reset. No luck and same as what happened here.
Then I tried connecting my Roku 2 HD to my HD monitor. It works over there. This just puzzles me.
1) My TV HDMI connection is fine with all the other devices but not Roku, so I would assume it's the Roku's problem.
2) Now the Roku works with my monitor via HDMI, so this means the Roku's HDMI connection is fine?
The conclusion would be Roku is incompatible with my TV!??!!??!
This is my TV: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00141 ... 00_details
I expect a reply soon, please?