i followed Tullis procedure on http://www.avsforum.com/t/1065232/official-asus-xonar-hdav1-3-thread/8100#post_17448181 and it works perfectly when i connected my HTPC to my Sony Bravia TV. However when i connect my LG projector (CF181D) to it (and switch the TV off) i am getting only following supported audio formats:
Dolby Digital Plus
No DTS-HD or Dolby TrueHD formats are listed.
When starting up and having the Sony TV connected i am receiving following formats:
Dolby Digital Plus
I followed Tulli's procedure and extracted my EDID to an .inf file while connected to the Sony TV.
When connected to the LG projector i imported the .inf file to the display driver.
Hovever it doesn't overide and only shows the audio formats without DTS-HD and Dolby TrueHD.
My setup is following:
OS: Windows 7
mainboard; Asrock H67M with Intel HD Graphics 2000/3000
processor: core i3
receiver: Denon AVR 2313
Could anybody help me ?
Thanks for any help,
Given nobody has written I'll show MY ignorance and ask: what's the big deal??? I have a Epson PJ (my third PJ, had 2 Sony models prior) and have never had to do all this EDID stuff or load a bunch of codec "pak" files to get it to work -- K.I.S.S.
I have HDMI from PC to Onkyo 803 and HDMI from it to PJ -- viola` Sure, my AVR is only 5.1 but all is well using my $20 HD4550 and the AMD CCC drivers. (OK, so I really do have a HD6450 now, but my AVR won't do the HD formats so I didn't mention it - why spend another $500 on another AVR that does 7.1 when my 5.1 is functioning just fine???)
Is this your setup? Computer -> Denon -> TV/Projector
Yes, that's how i connected it.
If .inf file can override EDID of HDMI, we don't need so many EDID override threads. EDID is passed over by HDMI hand shake. In this case, your Denon receiver will hand over its EDID info for Audio + PJ or TV's EDID info for video. Normally, audio info in the EDID should not change with TV changes. But if your projector only supports DVI, a lot of receiver will have problem handshake with DVI devices.
No, my PJ is connected with HDMI...
I don't understand why it changes also the audio signal.
My Denon has 2 hdmi outputs. setup looks like:
Computer -> Denon -->
HDMI1out to TV
HDMI2out to projector
I'm going to test the projector only on the HDMI1out next.
That said, what model Denon is this? Knowing that, we can take a peak at the manual and see if there's a setting that you missed or something along that line.
How I long for the simplicity of analog connections that don't have a sorry excuse for DMR built in like HDMI/HDCP does.
To the OP, there may be more info on this in the Projector section too as I'm sure that people there have wrestled with these type issues and with long HDMI cables already.
Some video card utilities (like NVidia) can display whether or not current connection is HDCP capable. Not sure where to find this information on Intel IGP though.