I have had my Denon 2309CI for 2 years as part of my downstairs home theater room set-up. I just recently upgraded my TV (new - Samsung Plasma PN63C8000) & Blu-ray player (new Samsung BD-C6900). Both of these support 3D.
First question - does it make sense for me to turn off the IP Scaler option (for the Blu-ray feed) in the Denon receiver & let only the TV & the Blu-ray player control any video processing? Will that give any better picture (in theory at least) or not?
Second Question - if I turn off the IP Scaler off & just pass thru the video signal, will the 3D signal be passed thru or would I still need to upgrade to a Denon 2311CI to get the 3D support?
I understand that I can have the HDMI 1.4a compatible HDMI cable go directly from the Blu-Ray player to the TV but I am trying to see what I can & can NOT do (involving 3D) with the Denon AVR.