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EP35 What i'm i doing wrong ?

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I'm sure I've asked this a thousand times...but , i have just come to watch Harry Potter "Chamber of secrets " (all £1.99 at gamestation) with the kids and i can't get True HD sound ,select hd sound from menu and i get nothing :( sound wise all the rest are fine .

i have selected DVD on the onkyo then turned the EP on but still nothing :(


cheers

Rob
 

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the settings are ..






Audio settings for the Ep-35 are:

Digital Out SPDIF: Bitstream
Digital Out HDMI: Auto
Direct Digital Audio Mode: Off
Dynamic Range Control: Auto
Dialogue Enhancement: Off

Settings on Onkyo 605:

HDMI Monitor: Yes
Last Mode Preset: all set at last valid.

i still can't get the Onkyo to light up true hd , stange as i have just tried it again with letters from Iwo Jima (fine a few weeks back) and it now just says PCM Multi channel :(
 
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mushk1n

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I think you may need the latest firmware:

"A firmware update for the TX-SR605 is now available through Onkyo's Independent Regional Service Centers. "

This update will address the product's ability to decode the Dolby Digital, Dolby TrueHD, DTS HD High Resolution and Master Audio bit stream signals.

Hope that helps.
 

Viking61

Well-known Member
I think "Direct Digital Audio Mode" should be set to On.
 

Getgaff

Well-known Member
^

Yep, 'Direct Digital Audio Mode' needs to be set to 'ON'. And set the 'Dynamic Range Control' to 'OFF' otherwise it may sound rather strained.
 

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cheers sorted , for most of my films ,but it seems Harry Potter and the Chamber of secrets is a bit of an odd one as i still get no sound on True HD , the player flashes it up ,then nothing :( picture just no sounds :confused:
 

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