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Hi,
my rx-v673 does not allow the viewing of the film in 3D.
My system consists of Network Media center Med600x3d ---> RX-V673 -> projector Acer 5360BD, with films 2D vision is successful.
If I connect the amplifier directly to the ACER 5360BD movies in 3d display correctly.
I tried to use Video Direct but it did not work.
Can someone please help me?

Thanks

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Hi,
my rx-v673 does not allow the viewing of the film in 3D.
My system consists of Network Media center Med600x3d ---> RX-V673 -> projector Acer 5360BD, with films 2D vision is successful.
If I connect the amplifier directly to the ACER 5360BD movies in 3d display correctly.
I tried to use Video Direct but it did not work.
Can someone please help me?

Thanks

Sorry for my english

Are both your HDMI cables 3D-capable (i.e. high speed or 1.4)?

Adjusting settings according to personal preference is not calibration.

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One cable is 1.4 and i have doubts about the second. Do you think a not 1.4 cable can create this problem ?

I checked better ... The second cable is a high speed with Ethernet
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Cables are not 1.4. HDMI versions refer to the equipment at both ends of the cable, not to the cables themselves. HDMI recommends high speed cables and the OP says his cables are.

I am a bit confused when you say 3D plays correctly when the amplifier is connected to the projector. Do you mean when the receiver is removed from the system and the media center is connected directly to the projector? If so, it sounds like a receiver setup issue and you will likely get more help if you post in the thread for your AVR.
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Cables are not 1.4. HDMI versions refer to the equipment at both ends of the cable, not to the cables themselves. HDMI recommends high speed cables and the OP says his cables are.

Yeah, yeah, yeah... "The official HDMI consortium mandates that all HDMI cable manufacturers must not reference version numbers." And yet you can still find and buy cables clearly labelled HDMI 1.4 or 1.4 compatible. So their messaging control hasn't been 100% successful.

Adjusting settings according to personal preference is not calibration.

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So, why are you contributing to the misunderstanding rather than leaving out references to version numbers when talking about cables?
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Cables are not 1.4. HDMI versions refer to the equipment at both ends of the cable, not to the cables themselves. HDMI recommends high speed cables and the OP says his cables are.

I am a bit confused when you say 3D plays correctly when the amplifier is connected to the projector. Do you mean when the receiver is removed from the system and the media center is connected directly to the projector? If so, it sounds like a receiver setup issue and you will likely get more help if you post in the thread for your AVR.

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if I connect network media center to the projector directly, everything works fine. I will do 'as you suggested.
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So, why are you contributing to the misunderstanding rather than leaving out references to version numbers when talking about cables?

Because I live in the real world and not the fictional one being promoted by the HDMI consortium? Looking for a mention of 1.4 might have helped the OP.

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Well, standard cables are also 1.4 compliant, but may not support 3D. So, a cable labelled 1.4 won't necessarily work. In the real world. Fortunately, the OP had a cable correctly labelled high speed.

In general, I think these forums should elevate the understanding of AV issues, not lower them. What's your beef with HDMI.org trying to clarify the actual differences in cables? There's been a common misconception that people need to waste money on new cables whenever there's an HDMI update. Nothing in 1.4 requires new cables except for Ethernet, which is rarely used.
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