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BDP-103 Output HDMI 1 directly into my older Sharp LC-65D64U HDTV provides only video, no audio. BDP-103 HDMI Output 2 however works correctly and provides both audio & video. The HDTV however works/worked fine with inputs from 1st generation Panasonic and past generation 3D Sony Blu-ray players, Dish Network & Directv STB's, 2 Roku's, etc. I contacted OPPO support and they had me try several workarounds but none worked except the last one. They finally had me put HDMI output 1 into another HDTV (small Sharp LC-19D45U) and the audio then worked. So now when I contact them, they are sure to say there is nothing wrong with the BDP-103. BTW, TOSLINK works fine into a sound bar with output 1,
I plan on buying a new HDTV to replace the LC-65D64U. I was looking at the Panasonic TC-65vt50 but will probably wait for its replacement to come to market and the price to drop toward the end of this year. My concern of course is, will HDMI Output 1 work correctly with the new generation of HDTVs? Is this problem only isolated to the LC-65D4U and perhaps similar HDTV generations? Since I bought the BDP-103 only 5 days ago, as an option I can always return it to A
. While I have yet to setup my recently acquired Yamaha RX-V773, I will want to use the speakers in the HDTV for most non-movie programming. BTW, HDMI Output 1 is the only one that provides the QDEO processing so using # 2 is not an option. Thanks for knowledgeable and experienced responses.