Originally Posted by aw5655
I've forgotten to mention that HDMI control is also enabled on AVP. I did however turned off the power control on both units.
I stand corrected again for my last posting.
Indeed, for audio media, we use DL4 and we still use HDMI for Blu Ray bitstream audio. Thanks to jomark911.
Copying this from someone's post:-
HDMI Setup - Auto Format: Max Res.
HDMI Setup - Color Space: RGB enhanced
HDMI Setup - Deep Color: Auto
HDMI Setup - Audio Setup: ? (I could not remember how I set this)
HDMI Setup - SA-CD Audio Out: Off
HDMI Setup - HDMI Control - Control: on
HDMI Setup - HDMI Control - Power Off Control: Off
Audio Setup - 7.1ch Audio Out: Grey out
Audio Setup - Speaker Configuration: Greyed out
Audio Setup - Source Direct: On: 100kHz
Audio Setup - Compression: Off
Audio Setup - AFDM: Grey out
Audio Setup - BD Effect Sound: On
Audio Setup - BD Re-Encoder: Auto
Audio Setup - Digital Out: Bitstream
Audio Setup - Downmix: Lt/Rt
My HDMI power setting is also off in both DVD and AVP. And as far as I can tell, our settings are similar. Denon should have make it easy for AVP owners by providing a AVP owner default setting.
Last night I did a comparison between with Clock Control and without. This is achieved by playing a Blu Ray and using the AVP's HDMI Control and toggle it on and off.
The soundstage without Clock Control sounded rounded, while with Clock Control, there seems to be slightly more focus on the positions of the various musical instrument and vocal.