The PS3 is the only device that you can get to work this way. You have to plug the PS3 directly to your display, do your video setup and it will see the 3D device. It won't check for a 3D device again as long as you don't run video setup, you shouldn't need a splitter just conect back up to avr as normal. The PS3 is not HDMI 1.4 but they did some firmware magic to get it to work but they did sacrafice some lossless audio formats when playing 3D. I belive it won't play dolby HD in 3d anyway (heard someware it will do DTS HD).
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