I have no problem with my setup, but haven't been able to check 3D with the emitter.
Here is my setup:
Asus P5E with 8Gb of RAM
Core2Quad Q9750 @ 3.6Ghz
HDMI out to Denon 3311
DVI out to Dell Full HD monitor DVI In (for computer only duties)
HDMI out1 from 3311 to HDMI1 on X7 (for playing TV/movies)
HDMI out2 from 3311 to HDMI in on Dell Monitor (when I don't want to switch the X7 on).
I use only high quality High Speed HDMI cables, so make sure you have known good cables too.
Win7 x64 RTM
Catalyst 12.10 are NOT Supported yet by either TMT5 or PDVD10, so forget about them if you want HD Audio.
Install 10.10e hotfix over them (don't uninstall 12.10 before, you won't be able to install 10.10e).
I use the latest build of PDVD, and the only build of TMT5 with the MCE hotfix.
Also, if you clone your displays, unclone them and make sure the AVR is the primary, not the opposite.
To debug, make sure you select 24hz refresh, as some pixel size modes won't work at 60hz.
The most compatible pixel size mode is YCbCr 4-2-2, it should work at both 24hz and 60hz.
YCbCr 4-4-4 didn't work at 60hz initially, then after a bit of playing around it did. But I did get a blank screen for a while, so make sure you check that if that's what you get.
Best way to start is:
- If your displays are cloned, unclone them
- If your refresh rate is set to 60p, set it to 24p
- If your pixel size is set to anything else, set it to YCbCr 4-2-2 (you have to go to desktop and monitors, click on the little black triangle on the upper right corner of the monitor representing the AVR/JVC, select configure and click on the last option, pixel size.
- While you're there, you'll also want to change the scaling option to 100%, so that you don't have any black borders on the JVC display.
- If you still have issues, after having uncloned and set the refresh rate to 24Hz, try to disconnect your PC monitor and reboot, so that the JVC has to be the primary monitor.
Once you see the picture, you can start playing with the pixel size options, and the refresh rate options, and see what works/doesn't work.
I can bitstream HD Audio with no dropouts whatsoever, so if you get any, try copying an ISO to a fast local drive (ideally not the system drive) to rule out any network issue.
Hope this helps!
Good luck to everyone, I'll post to confirm or not if 3D is working when I get my emitter.