My player is absolutely flawless except for this bug, which happens when the player is set to bitstream audio---once in a while, if I interrupt the video in some way that temporarily stops the audio stream (e.g., skip chapter, reverse), the player will output an MPCM stream of garbage (sounds like pink noise).
I'm assuming that what's going on is that the player momentarily forgets that it's supposed to be bitstreaming, not internally decoding the signal, and it ends up sending a corrupted stream to the AVR.
Is there anybody else with this problem?
This does not occur at all if the player is set to internally decode everything. I'll probably care less about this when DTS-HD MA internal decoding comes along, but for now, it might be bothersome to go into the settings menu everytime I put in a Fox disc.