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post #61 of 885
Regarding the "hidden" DD 5.1 track in TrueHD.. that track only exists in the BRD specs, not the HDDVD specs. Thats why HDDVD requires a DD+ track to be included on discs. (High Def Digest put together an article that explains this difference between the two specs).. notwithstanding I Am Legend where WB decided they didnt need to roll with a DD+ track.

so, if it is playing TrueHD in 5.1 off an HDDVD the player is decoding the lossless TrueHD track. Then they output that as PCM (lossless). If you have optical and dont have the bandwidth for PCM 5.1 it will be re-encoded into DTS like the Toshiba HDDVD players did.

So the only question left, are we getting the DTS-MA track or the core? Its in both HDDVD and BRD specs to have a core "DTS" track, so without Sammy coming out and commenting on it, we will never know.
post #62 of 885
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Originally Posted by Ph8te View Post

It will "never" be fixed, this occurs on all Samsung players.....

Ahhh, that's lame.
post #63 of 885
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Originally Posted by CrashX View Post

Ahhh, that's lame.


I'm with you on this one.. one thing I really miss from my AX2.
post #64 of 885
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Originally Posted by Foxbat121 View Post

Also, can someone with HDMI 1.3 receiver confirm bitstream of DD+? DD+ is a common format on HD DVDs.
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I just put in The Bourne Ultimatum HDDVD, and my Yamaha shows "Dolby Digital +" on the display.
post #65 of 885
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Originally Posted by carljanderson View Post

I just put in The Bourne Ultimatum HDDVD, and my Yamaha shows "Dolby Digital +" on the display.

So, every format bitstreams, and all formats are re-encoded to PCM via analog and HDMI with the exception of DTS-MA (unless Sammy wants to confirm it does that now as well).
post #66 of 885
How is the sd audio drop issue. Has anyone had a chance to play around and see if its gone?
post #67 of 885
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Originally Posted by nmcnair View Post

So the only question left, are we getting the DTS-MA track or the core? Its in both HDDVD and BRD specs to have a core "DTS" track, so without Sammy coming out and commenting on it, we will never know.

The one DTS-MA disc I have: Pan's Labriynth HD DVD has DTS-MA 7.1. Since DTS core is 5.1 only, it is possible to test how Samsung treats the DTS-MA track via either analog 7.1 or HDMI in PCM mode. Unfortunately, my receiver can do neither of those (only 5.1 analog).
post #68 of 885
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Originally Posted by Foxbat121 View Post

The one DTS-MA disc I have: Pan's Labriynth HD DVD has DTS-MA 7.1. Since DTS core is 5.1 only, it is possible to test how Samsung treats the DTS-MA track via either analog 7.1 or HDMI in PCM mode. Unfortunately, my receiver can do neither of those (only 5.1 analog).

good call, I own that movie as well. Im 5.1 only as well though. But at least we know how to test it, we just need someone to do it.
post #69 of 885
RAT (BD) - PCM shows up as 5.1, however Dolby Digital displays at 6.1

LFoDH - DTS-MA shows up as 7.1
post #70 of 885
Please help. How do you get this new firmware??
post #71 of 885
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Originally Posted by Foxbat121 View Post

The one DTS-MA disc I have: Pan's Labriynth HD DVD has DTS-MA 7.1. Since DTS core is 5.1 only, it is possible to test how Samsung treats the DTS-MA track via either analog 7.1 or HDMI in PCM mode. Unfortunately, my receiver can do neither of those (only 5.1 analog).

just plug ONLY the rear surround analog outputs from the 5000 into your receiver and see if there is sound
post #72 of 885
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Originally Posted by ANGEL 35 View Post

Please help. How do you get this new firmware??

http://www.samsung.com/us/support/do...p_nm=BD-UP5000

Then download, unzip it, and burn the ISO image to a CD-R. Make sure you don't just copy the iso file on the disc.
post #73 of 885
Should we call the PCM bug fixed????

It is time for me work a little bit, but the 2 PCM movies I have tested (RAT and POTC:AWE) on my Yamaha all show only 5.1 being input to the AVR, not 7.1 as previous.

I guess we'll need someone else to look.
post #74 of 885
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Originally Posted by Foxbat121 View Post

Also, can someone with HDMI 1.3 receiver confirm bitstream of DD+? DD+ is a common format on HD DVDs.

See above. Confirmed it for Michael Clayton as well.
post #75 of 885
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Originally Posted by Fatawan View Post

just plug ONLY the rear surround analog outputs from the 5000 into your receiver and see if there is sound

you are a genious.. we can see if its playing the Rear surround channel, just out of the wrong speakers. Lets hope
post #76 of 885
anyone have the Pans labrynth with a 7.1 analog set up. I may have to pick it up just to try it at home lol Im anxious to see if this player can decode dts hd ma over the analogs.
post #77 of 885
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Originally Posted by Fatawan View Post

just plug ONLY the rear surround analog outputs from the 5000 into your receiver and see if there is sound


Good tip. I'll try it later.
post #78 of 885
Congratulations to the UP5000 owners.

I had really considered this player before I purchased the LG but couldn't wait it out. I'm glad for you all and please enjoy the bitstreaming of the advanced audio codecs. I know that is the sweetest part!!
post #79 of 885
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Originally Posted by Ph8te View Post

It will "never" be fixed, this occurs on all Samsung players.....

Reportedly, the 1500 fixed it. Interesting that Sorrysung told us it's not a problem, yet they "fixed" the "non-problem" on their new model.

Doug
post #80 of 885
After a long long wait and going through ps3, toshiba a-35 and returning the LG /the hardest decision in my life/ , my patience has finally paid off. Should we celebrate with a nice bottle of champagne tonight?
post #81 of 885
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Originally Posted by dougotte View Post

Reportedly, the 1500 fixed it. Interesting that Sorrysung told us it's not a problem, yet they "fixed" the "non-problem" on their new model.

Doug

yeah, I just cant use my awesome upscaling BRD/HDDVD player on any TV show that I own.

Not a problem at all.
post #82 of 885
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Originally Posted by clarkk41 View Post

How is the sd audio drop issue. Has anyone had a chance to play around and see if its gone?

I'll try to test this tonight. I have been watching Battlestar Galactica Season 3 and every episode without fail has an audio dropout at about the same point in each episode. If this is fixed I will be extremely happy!

I can't believe I got this player for $300!!
post #83 of 885
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Originally Posted by p-g-m View Post

After a long long wait and going through ps3, toshiba a-35 and returning the LG /the hardest decision in my life/ , my patience has finally paid off. Should we celebrate with a nice bottle of champagne tonight?

Wonder where the bashers are today.
post #84 of 885
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Originally Posted by Foxbat121 View Post

Also, can someone with HDMI 1.3 receiver confirm bitstream of DD+? DD+ is a common format on HD DVDs.

Since the player outputs 5.1 to analog from TrueHD track even without any hidden track (on I Am Legend HD DVD disc I tested), I'm confident that TrueHD is indeed internally decoded (to PCM). If you set your player to output PCM, your HDMI receiver should receive LPCM 5.1 from TrueHD track.

I also have a DTS-MA 7.1 HD DVD disc but don't have a new receiver, so I can't test DTS-HD decoding via HDMI.

Ok I an confirm that DTS-MA is being output (played i-Robot BD) & True-HD (from Harry Potter - Phoenix HD-DVD). I have the 5000 set to Bitstream-Audiophile thru HDMI to my Yamaha RX-V663. Don't know if it's bitstreamed or decoded since my AVR can decode. I can also confirm DD+
post #85 of 885
this thread should be a sticky
post #86 of 885
OMG. My TV displays the hardware that's playing...it says "BD-P1500" instead of "BD-UP5000".....

And there were flickers at the start of I Am Legend HD DVD at the menu and few seconds after the movie is selected.
post #87 of 885
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Originally Posted by texrb View Post

Ok I an confirm that DTS-MA is being output (played i-Robot BD) & True-HD (from Harry Potter - Phoenix HD-DVD). I have the 5000 set to Bitstream-Audiophile thru HDMI to my Yamaha RX-V663. Don't know if it's bitstreamed or decoded since my AVR can decode. I can also confirm DD+

It bitstreams everything, for sure. But what does it decode?

The real test is what comes out of the analog outs, since that can ONLY be decoded to PCM. Of course, it doesn't say what it was decoded from (DTS-MA, or DTS-MA(core)), so one needs to test the surround back channels with a disc that supports DTS-MA 7.1, such as Pan's Labyrinth. TrueHD 5.1 appears to work as 5.1 PCM, up from 2.0 before.
post #88 of 885
To sum things up:

Dolby True HD- bitstream
Dolby True HD- decoded /output via analog as PCM/
DD+ -bitsream
DTS-MA -bitstream /bug after the FW- discs with 5.1 now show 7.1/
PCM- bitstream/bug-showing 7.1 instead of 5.1 now fixed/
PIP- enabled /player now profile 1.1/
450 MB of persistent memory showing instead of 128MB
Dropouts- fixed on multiple discs
Ok, am I missing anything?
Did anyone check if MA is decoded?...most likely no, but you never know. Unfortunately I can't help, I am not at home
anybody?
post #89 of 885
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Originally Posted by p-g-m View Post

To sum things up:

Dolby True HD- bitstream
Dolby True HD- decoded /output via analog as PCM/
DD+ -bitsream
DTS-MA -bitstream
PCM- bitstream/bug-showing 7.1 instead of 5.1 now fixed/
PIP- enabled /player now profile 1.1/

Ok, am I missing anything?
Did anyone check if MA is decoded?...most likely no, but you never know. Unfortunately I can't help, I am not at home
anybody?

450 MB of persistent memory showing instead of 128MB.

My Yamaha shows DTS-HD MSTR is being input as 7.1, even though the disks are 5.1 DTS-HD MA.
post #90 of 885
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Originally Posted by carljanderson View Post

450 MB of persistent memory showing instead of 128MB.

My Yamaha shows DTS-HD MSTR is being input as 7.1, even though the disks are 5.1 DTS-HD MA.

so, the bug now is when playing -MA
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