OK, last night, I pop in 'The Dark Knight.' As it is a WB release, I go into the disc set-up menu, and select TRU-HD. I leave the room for a minute, and my girlfriend says 'Hey, the sound is out of sync!" Wow, it must be REALLY bad (I'm thinking) for HER to notice. Sure enough, it is very badly out. So I restart the disc, and it's still bad. Hmmmmm.....then I restart again, and let the WB Disc default to DD Multi Channel. Voila! Perfect sync.
Try as I might, I could NOT get the damn disc to sync via TRU HD. The thing that really bugs me, is that all my other discs have played perfectly in TruHD, and the sync was perfect in TruHD and DD. I'm running analog outs for the loseless codecs, into a Theta 6Shooter. I also run a Digital bitstream into my Theta for standard lossy codecs if I choose to go THAT way. The 'Dark Knight' BD was out of sync when TRU-HD was selected (via analog out), and in perfect sync when DD was selected (via analog out, AND via the digital bitstream....)
The Denon is set up:
BD Audio Mode-HD AUDIO OUTPUT
HDMI AUDIO OUT - AUDIO MUTE
7.1 AUDIO OUT - MULTI CHANNEL
SOURCE DIR; OFF
WHY WOULD ever other BD played in TruHD be in perfect sync, and THIS one not????