Originally Posted by solo88
Pretty sure I actually saw somewhere that when mix is used it mixes the lossy core with the secondary audio, not the lossless track. Makes sense; has to be a lot less to process.
I think the manual may even tell you this in some bass ackwards way.
The manual in it's bass ackwards way says as a footnote on Pg 66:
"When "BD Audio Setting" is set to "direct" audio recorded by the source is output by bitstream. However, this audio maybe output as follows depending on the audio formats supported by the AV amplifier (receiver).
- When the AV amplifier (receiver) does not support HD Audio (Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio and DTS-HD Master Audio) but supports Multi-ch LPCM, up to LPCM 7.1ch is output.
-When the AV amplifier (receiver) does not support HD audio or Multi-ch LPCM but supports Dolby Digital/DTS, a Dolby Digital or DTS bitstream is output.
-When the AV amplifier (receiver) does not support HD Audio, Multi-ch LPCM or Dolby Digital/DTS, LPCM 2ch is output"
On page 49 is says:
"BD Audio Setting
Selects whether to mix or not mix interactive audio and secondary audio (commentary) when playing a BD that contains such audio.
Mix - Outputs the audio obtained by mixing the interactive audio and the secondary audio to the primary audio
Direct - Outputs the primary audio only."