Originally Posted by edorr
If this works (i.e. gets you non-downsamples output on the coax), the lumigen is the accidental HDMI encrytion hack.
Again you are wrong. HA!
I set the Theta Compli Blu to do the PCM decoding.
On blu ray of Avatar, HDMI shows "48.0" (funny, it was "192.0" when CB3 HD did the PCM decoding), digital coaxial also shows "48.0", but with player doing the decoding we have audio/sound (with SSP doing decoding, on digital coaxial,we had no audio/sound).
On blu ray of Neil Young, player set to output PCM, HDMI shows "192.0", digital coaxial shows "48.0", but no audio/sound. Also, player set to output PCM up to 192 kHz.
WOOPS! Maybe you are right some of the time.
Blu ray of The Police Certifiable, HDMI shows "96.0", and digital coaxial shows "96.0" with sound, on both hi rez stereo and 5.1 tracks. WOW!!@@@@ Same for blu ray of Roy Orbison A Black and White Night!!!
Now, set player to output PCM up to 96 kHz. (Funny. Now I can play both audio tracks on the blu ray of Neil Young, when I had player set to output PCM up to 192 kHz, whether player decoded to PCM, or SSP did the decoding,
I could only use one of the audio tracks.) The first LPCM Stereo track, over HDMI shows "192.0", over digital coaxial shows "96.0". The second LPCM Stereo track shows "96.0" for both HDMI and digital coaxial. And I am always getting sound on digital coaxial.