I just don't get it. I have a trusted system with my 2013 Samsung LED TV and per HDMI a Raspberry Pi, with old OSMC system installed, connected to the TV. By the way OSMC is a media center system.
So everything works fine and no eyestrain so far. In order to get a better sound I purchased a Yamaha YAS-107 soundbar.
Now the set up is:
Raspberry Pi -HDMI- YAS 107 -HDMI- Samsung TV
So the YAS 107 seperates the audio signal from the video signal and passes trough the video signal from the Pi to the TV. Typically the video signal is not altered from the soundbar with such a set up. However I get immediatly discomfort and eyestrain if I am watching a movie on the Pi, if the video signal passes the soundbar.
Do you have any ideas? Last year I tested a Panasonic All70T for some days which gives me no eyestrain, if video pass trough is used.