You have what sounds like a simplified remote, but are missing the remote switcher listed (underlined in red)
on the spec sheet below. The Lexicon remote will have what the programmer deemed, the owner needs access to,
and likely is in very simplified form that keeps the owner away from setup access (and getting into trouble).
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There's lots of pdfs over at ww.curtplame.com for crt projections and there's at least four versions of VIM-FULLHD inputs cards
with pdfs, over at Curt's. I went through the hdmi/Bluray/hdcp "experience" with Barcos, so I know of, most of the solutions.
Some of that knowledge is hands on, and some is just other solutions I came across while jumping through hdcp hurdles.
I again suggest Curt's, because most of the hard core crt crowd is now over there. They will have the answers I lack, due to
zero Marquee/Vidikron experience.
I do have lots of experience with that exact Lexicon model. It is still a really good unit if you don't care about high definition audio tracks. You can feed
hdmi video into the Barco and use spdif for audio into the Lex and have DTS and DD audio. You could also use the analog inputs of the Lex, and have
the Bluray player handle the crossover functions. This may or may not, give you hd audio codecs, on a disk by disk basis.