@Hoosier317 wrote: @Andrew.lindsay wrote: I had the X1 box installed a little over 24 hours ago, and I've already had to reset the brightness down to my preferred level four times. I've also had to fix my resolution a few times; it has a tendency to change from 1080p to 720p with no warning, rhyme or reason. There's no need to set it to 1080p nothing broadcasts that way set it to 1080i and it won't go to 720p It doesn't matter that nothing is broadcast in 1080p. If you have a 1080p television, then that is it's native resolution. The 1080p/1080i/720p setting on your receiver is only the resolution being delivered to your TV. Simply choose what resolution your display handles best. Issues arrise when someone selects 720p or 1080i and their TV doesn't scale one as well as the other to its native resolution. Selecting 1080p on the X1 just simplifies the process and, in my case, doesn't result in a resolution reset each day. The only setting that resets for me is the one for the brightness of the X1's front display. I have a 1080p TV and the 1080p X1 setting is not sticking, it's constantly reverting back to 480i. That said, I haven't noticed and change in the quality of the 720p or 1080i TV shows I watch so, I'm assuming the signal is somehow being sent to/translated into the correct resolution when it arrives at my TV through my Onkyo receiver.
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--- Along with the latest software update, I now have a rather strange set of bugs: When I check settings in the X1, it now tells me TV resolution is 480. Its not. The TV is receiving 1080, as it should. Changing it back does not stick. Rebooting does not help. The clock and power lights were off, but the X1 settings were showing 10 for each. Somehow the settings it says it has are not getting sent to the TV, which is good, because at least in terms of resolution and lights, they are wrong. --- I have the exact same issues. I have the most current firmware (8/02) and rebooting doesn't help.
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