I'm having two interesting issues. The first issue I noticed was serious lag while playing Battlefield 4. With all the current issues being publicized with that game, I assumed my lag issues were due to BF4; however, I was looking at my router console and noticed my XBox One wireless signal quality continues jumping up and down from 0 % to 47-50% to 100%. The wireless signal from XBox One just continues to jump up and down. I'll post the model of my router at the end of this post. The connection should be around ~45-50%. This is what everything else at that same distance is showing. Obviously, that is not optimal, but it should be consistently at that range and not jumping around so much.
Along with the wireless issue, I noticed an HDMI Input issue. I have my cable TV box connected to my XBox one via HDMI. I then have my XBox one connected to my audio receiver via HDMI. Everything seemed to work correctly - my XBox One was controlling my TV, Cable, and Audio Receiver correctly, no issues. A few days ago, my girlfriend told me that the cable picture would pause for a couple of seconds and start again. This would happen about every 20 seconds or so. It also looked likethe resolution would change from HDMI to SD and back again.
As a test, I disconnected the HDMI cable running from the cable box to the XBox One and connected it to the audio receiver, which is where the cable was located prior to getting the XBox One - leaving it in a cable box to audio receiver to TV state. This fixed the cable issue, which tells me that the issue was with the XBox one.
The fact that I have had issues with both situations at the same time makes me believe they are related, but that's not necessarily true. Obviously with any electronic components anything could be the problem. I will say that my experience with the XBox One and BF4 has been extremely disappointing. I'm starting to feel like I wasted my money.
The XBox one has such great potential and I really enjoy all the feature it offers, but I'm extremely frustrated. Any help would be beneficial.
Router: Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH
Router Firmware: DD-WRT v24SP2-MULTI (07/15/12) std -- SVN revision 19484
This firmware should be the latest. I updated it just last week.
Cable box: Scientific Atlantic