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Before I contact Onkyo, I thought I'd ask here. My Onkyo TX-NR809 is not passing 3D to my Panasonic PT-AE8000U. I'm going from an HTPC running PowerDVD 12, into the TX-NR809 and then to the AE8000U using HDMI 1.4 compliant cables and get an image, but not in 3D. If I take the Onkyo out of the loop and go straight from the HTPC to the projector, I get 3D no problem. Anyone have any advice or have come across this issue? Thanks, Dan
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Could it be a firmware issue with the 809 or a driver incompatibility between the Onkyo and your htpc?

When you connect the Onkyo to the htpc, does the display say Onkyo TX-NR809?

Does your video card have dvi and hdmi out? Are you running Win7?
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I've got the latest firmware on the Onkyo, so I've at least tried that. I'll check what the HTPC says is connected, good idea, thanks. I'm running Windows 7 and I'm fairly sure the card has DVI out also. I've also borrowed a 3D Blu-ray player which I'm going to try instead of the HTPC to help with troubleshooting.
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If your video card has hdmi and dvi out, you could connect the dvi out to the hdmi in on your tv, connect the hdmi out to the hdmi on the Onkyo, set the Panasonic as display 1 and extend the desktop to the Onkyo which should appear as display 2.
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