Interesting. Here is a dilemma I am running into & hoping can be solved.
I'm looking into building another PC, which I plan to connect to my home theater system.
My setup is:
TV: Mits Laservue L75A91,
Receiver: Onkyo TXNR5008,
Mits 3DC-1000 3D Adapter, + Blu-ray player, XB360, & DirecTV HD.
The way everything is setup, I have all my Video sources (XB360, DirecTV, 3D Bluray player) running into the Onkyo AVR via HDMI connections, then from the Onkyo I have 1 HDMI cable (out input) running through the Mits 3D adapter & from the 3D adapter, I have 1 HDMI cable running into HDMI 1 input on the Laservue. This is so I can view 3D content on the Laservue, no matter the source.
Now ideally, I want to use my PC for a little gaming, movies & internet surfing. My gaming card for my PC will be an NVIDIA model, haven't decided on which one yet. I like the fact it offers up 3D Vision. So I like the prospect of being able to watch YouTube 3D, 3D Movie trailers & anything 3D as well using the NVIDIA 3D Vision kit.
So planning things through I seem to run into the problem w/ my setup of how to get video to pass from my PC via HDMI through my Onkyo through the Mits 3D adapter to the Laservue. The reason I would run it this way is to be able to view 3D from my PC, since This Laservue model requires you run an HDMI through the 3D adapter to get 3D to work on the Laservue.
I tried testing the setup connecting my current desktop via HDMI to the Onkyo to see if I could get video on the Laservue, but no video appeared. Now when I run the HDMI from the PC directly to my Laservue, I get video, but again, I want to use my future PC build to also view 3D content & only way is to either connect it through the Onkyo AVR or have to go through the hassle of having to unplug & plug the PC directly to the Mits 3D adapter, bypassing the Onkyo anytime I want to use the 3D features on my PC.