Any chance of you posting your thoughts, like how noisy are you finding it?
Thanks for contacting ASRock.
We did the test but we think it should be relate with OnkyoTX-SR608.
Since we can see the same behavior if using Sony and Pioneer player .
Please kindly understand due to the DTS-HD Master audio format is decoding by amplifier, Vision3D just pass through the audio to Onkyo TX-SR608 for decoding.
The delay should be caused by the amplifier still decording the audio format (DTS HD Master).
I have neither machines, but at 4ft away in an open hi-fi stand the noise is not an issue for me and I'm guessing it is probably quieter than a PS3 easily.Q1 does the noise compaire to a sky box or the sound of a ps3 on low fan speed ?
I previously had a Sony s360 (very similar to the ps3 player) connected to my LED Samsung TV and blu-ray playback via PowerDVD 10 on this Asrock is just as good if not better from what I've watched. It's definitely not worse.Q2 I was also woundering if the picture quality output is as good as a top range blu-ray player or a ps3 as I have tried a pc system in the past and thought the picture was not as good as what a ps3 displayed.
I should hope so, I have not had any noticeable frame drops or noticeable judder etc that could be caused by it not being 24p. I need to go home and do some checks for you though.Q3 does it support 24p
This is largely down to TV settings no? In display setup you can change between 50hz and 60hz for definite. I can check the display resolutions list more when I get home, but it is relying on what the TV can support and the amp / receiver you have connected. My Onkyo TX-SR608 is 24p compatible for example and this as far as I know (correct me if I am wrong is linked to refresh rates too?).Q4 what about different refresh rates as videos are in 24, 50 and 60hz
I haven't ripped a disc to try this, but this machine if you check the specs is basically geared up especially for this practice, so you won't have problems as far as I can see.Q5 can this device play full none compressed blu-ray 1080p rip as u need a powerfull system to play them high 20mb to 30mb bitrates.
There is a new BETA 266.35, if that doesn't work the issue may be "Notebooks supporting Hybrid Power technology with Intel chipsets are not supported by this release.".
Can't help as I don't use the 3D functionality.Hi,
I have problems on playback BD3D. I have a Panasonic TX-P50VT20 plasma, tried the bundled PowerDVD10 and TotalMedia Theatre 5 softwares, but no success. The TV switches to 24Hz, but without 3D. I using W7 x64.
Also tried with the latest 260.99 drivers. The original installer failed, so i modded one 260.99, but this also not solved my problem. Does anyone have experinece BD3D playback on 3DTV with great machine?
If someone want to try the driver, it can be downloaded from here: [mod comment: please use the official driver site]