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Originally Posted by Tulli View Post
AFAIK full audio will work only with the built-in Bluray player, not over the HDMI-in connection (hence the lack of support for HD audio formats in the native EDID detected on the PC).
Attached is the table of the LG LHB755W HDMI spec.

I think if the Source on the left column here refer strictly to the built-in Bluray player, then you're probably right.

I was interpreting this "Source" to be either one of its 2 HDMI inputs, but maybe I'm wrong. If the native EDID detected on the PC doesn't show any of these options as seen on the spec, then you're probably right that the "Source" here is just the Bluray player.
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Originally Posted by Volusiano View Post
The spec for the LG LHB755W manual shows support for 5.1 and 7.1 LPCM (page 70 of the Appendix), so I wouldn't discount it yet.

I think you should tinker around with the PC's audio settings some more to make sure that you have 5.1 LPCM set in your Sound Control Panel's configuration setting, and that your video app is outputting 5.1 and not stereo, and that your content indeed does have 5.1 audio for sure.
I discovered that through the optical output of the PC and a patch for realtek HD, I get a Dolby digital live 5.1, however in certain applications that support it. My LG LHB755W shows the display "DD3:2/0.1" when the input is optical TOSLINK: it is something good to get around the limit. As far as the uncompressed PCM 5.1 surround sound it is only output mode. It is a limitation of the device driver LG
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