No Signal on new Samsung 4k

Discussion in 'TiVo Bolt DVR/Streamer' started by cyterio, Aug 29, 2016.

  1. mikeyts

    mikeyts Stream Warrior

    Jul 10, 2004
    San Diego,...


    Not "TiVo"; specifically TiVo Bolt. The OP asked about this in the in the KS8000 thread on AVS Forum and someone else had the same problem and found an unsatisfactory solution (posted here and here). Someone else posted that his TiVo Premiere or Roamio was working fine with his KS8000 (he called it "TiVo Pro"; there's no Bolt Pro), here.
  2. tim316

    tim316 New Member

    Apr 6, 2013
    i had a same problem.there are no samsung bugs that i ever heard bolt works perfectly on my samsung 75JU7100.i think you had your "HDMI UHD Color" turned "on" .tivo wont have a display or voice with that enabled.HDMI 1-4 can be turned on or off individually.
    i find that setting on my tv under:
    menu / picture / picture options / HDMI UHD Color
  3. thyname

    thyname Well-Known Member

    Dec 26, 2010
    N. Virginia
    Thanks for clarifying and for posting the links
  4. mikeyts

    mikeyts Stream Warrior

    Jul 10, 2004
    San Diego,...
    I read a description of that setting on this page:

    If you turn it off can TiVo Bolt send a 4K@60Hz signal to that connection? I only enable 4K@60Hz and 4K@24Hz pass-thru and let TiVo upconvert everything because the Netflix app doesn't seem to appreciate the pause when it switches modes on my TV (it can sometimes screw the app up badly). So, while watching television 4K@60Hz is all that it sends.
  5. cyterio

    cyterio New Member

    Aug 29, 2016


    I tried with both UHD on and off, no luck. I tried with different audio outputs, different HDMI ports, different resolutions, resetting the TiVo via the remote to 480, still nothing. I've read every thread I could find about possible fixes, nothing worked for me.

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  6. cookiepuss

    cookiepuss New Member

    Sep 14, 2011
    Had the same problem with my Samsung 4k 8000 with TiVo Premiere. I just needed to get a better HDMI cable.
  7. Rkkeller

    Rkkeller Well-Known Member

    May 13, 2004
    I have HDR+ mode on and UHD on with no problems.

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