Originally Posted by prepress
So don't use Kurolink and you're okay, then?
That is my understanding. Maybe Walkamo can clarify.
I can say that with Kurolink disabled but using ISF calibrated settings on the panel, the image produced by this player is simply stunning. I haven't even bothered to go back in and try turning the Kurolink on (I also have been incredibly busy).
I would be curious to see any sort of recommended video settings in the player such that it passes the video out to the panel in it's most "unprocessed" form. For now I have been using the Pioneer PDP settings since they seem very neutral and subjectively look the "best."
I had been using the analog audio outs until now, but I just switched to HDMI audio until the codec updates arrive for the player. Then I may switch back.
I was a little nervous that using one HDMI out directly to my panel for video and the other HDMI to my receiver for audio would result in some sort of lip sync issues, but I haven't noticed any so far.
It would be really nice if there were a "one click" way to switch between the audio output options (and on-the-fly without having to stop playback to get into the player setup). Perhaps a firmware update down the road could address this?
We watched Hellboy II the other night and it was really gorgeous (audio and video).