Originally Posted by Marty913
This is of great interest to some of the thread members. Could you take a quick look at post 136 - 139 and then see if you can duplicate your test. I was able to select an HDMI video source and combine it with analog audio. I was not able to combine HDMI video with Optical Audio. If you have been able to do that you will make a lot of people happy (self included).
Of course Marty.
Beyond question, you can select any analog or digital input you want for any source. See pic below for example. You do have to press the enter key when you change it to get it to stick, but this is almost certainly a software bug in the UI.
I am sitting in my chair right this moment listening to Alan Parson's _Ammonia Avenue_, with the OSD display up on the television. I wish I could just screen shot the television, but a photo will have to do.
(How the heck do I get a image up here? If it did not attach, please email me and I will send you the picture. )
In words, I am, at this very second, listening to the Coaxial1 digital input, while viewing the screen on HDMI3. This is my "music" source. I do not have analog audio on, since this setting is using the internal Cirrus Logic DACS.
I have another source that does have Analog Audio selected, because I use that with an external DAC.
Also, as I said before, I don't have any video issues. 24fps videos play just great at 24fps, other video works great at 60fps. If I understand some of our international brethren correctly, they are using OPPO blu ray players to convert 50hz video to 60hz, so again, I don't see where there is an issue.
However, I bow to those who know more about video than I do, but I really like this T747. Despite the blurry video in my iPhone photograph, the text is razor sharp on that screen. I can read it from 11feet away, across the room.