Ok Guys really need some help here. So anyone that knows this stuff please chime in.
I currently have the Panasonic HTIB SC-BT100. Basically the same player as the BD50. All around this HTIB is excellent, except for two major areas, the wireless rear speakers are not going to work in my house, white noise, distortion, and a clicking sound in the right rear speaker. I have spent a couple of weeks trying to find the cause, and have had two of these units and they both respond the same way. So a wireless system will not work here.
One of the things I do like about the HTIB I have, is both the DTS HD (both 5.1 and 7.1) and the Dolby HD.I do not want to give that up. (The other major weakness with the BT100 it only has one toslink in, and I need at least two - One from the 800U Plasma and one from the Sony HD recorder).
So I will be going with the BD50 playerbut I need a HTIB or AVR and speakers that go with it for a 100% match. I can tell that a lot of people are having the same problem.
So far from what I have seen about 90% or more of the AVRs and HTIB, will not handle all that the BD50 can put out (like the HD sound) and/or they mess up the video processing badly?
And unfortunately Panasonic is keeping their line of AVR's in Europe?
Is the Onkyo HT-S6100 100% compatible with the BD50? (it is about $150-$200 above my price range)http://www.onkyousa.com/model.cfm?m=...ss=Systems&p=i
Are there any other HTIB that work with the BD50, that will process ALL the video and sound correctly? Or good AVR's that are a 100% match to the BD50?
Again the HD Audio is a "must" and the two toslink "in" would be nice. If the unit can not process the DTS HD and Dolby HD; then it will not work for me.