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Ok a little about me. I install home theaters for a living and have a passion for building computers. So I know the ins and outs of DTS-HD. I just can't get it to work from my htpc. The reason why it matters is because I want to sell my blu-ray player.

Ok the home theater is a Onkyo HTS-6200 it's not incredable but on a $500 budget it can't be beat. It will decode DTS-HD. I know so it works with my blu-ray player.

Computer hardware on the brand new system. 95 watt Quad core phenom with 6 megs l3 cash clocked at 2.8 don't have model. 8 gigs of ddr 3. Gigabit micro atx am3 board with sata 6 gb and usb 3.0 there is only one out there with these specs. I have 2 sata 2x250 gb barracudas set up as raid 0. Have a asus blu-ray drive. The new fanless zotac nvidia gt 430 with hdmi it supports dts-hd.

The software is the powerdvd 10 mark 2 or what ever, it passes dts-hd. I have downloaded the newest nvidia drives with the HD audio driver version 266.xx. I have the powerdvd and audio settings in windows set to output sound undecoded so my receiver can do it's thing. All I get id dts. Can anyone shed some light?

I have tried 2 movies one was the new Resadent Evil. The other was Easy A both have DTS-HD and I set it up in the blu-ray menu.
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