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I have recently begun using my 790 (purchased last year) as my prime player older my older 760 was beginning to show its age.

Last night I was watching Star Trek - Into Darkness (disc 2 from The Compendium) in DDTHD 7.1 and was having audio dropouts at various points throughout the first 30 min or so....the video was unaffected. The first Star Trek movie on disc 1 in DDTHD 5.1 worked perfectly the evening before. I switched "Into Darkness" over to the 760 and did not experience any dropouts. Has anyone else notic
ed any similar problems with the 790?

The firmware was the original 0460. I have downloaded
the most recent firmware 0497and will install it later today and see if that makes any difference. Other than this glitch, the 790 has not shown any other strange behaviour, except for not displaying a couple JPEG photos (from USB stick) that the 760 seems to show correctly.

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Sony's name for it is "x.v.Color" but in my s770 setup menu there is no option. It's automatic in the player, only needs to be enabled in the display.
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Last night I was watching Star Trek - Into Darkness (disc 2 from The Compendium) in DDTHD 7.1 and was having audio dropouts at various points throughout the first 30 min or so....the video was unaffected. The first Star Trek movie on disc 1 in DDTHD 5.1 worked perfectly the evening before. I switched "Into Darkness" over to the 760 and did not experience any dropouts. Has anyone else notic
ed any similar problems with the 790?
I've watched ST:ID twice on the 790 (3D version) and have never experienced the issue. Of course, The Compendium is a different disc.

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Same here. I've watched Into Darkness in 3D and never had audio dropouts. Could be the Compendium Edition disc.

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No problems here either. I do use the dual outs on my S790 so video/audio are split. But no audio drops noted. None on any disk in fact.

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