Originally Posted by ROBSCIX
..in his case though, as he said he needs a solution to his particular issue. I doubt this card will pass HDMI audio without a video signal to integrate into the stream. His receiver will not support the resolution he requires for his display so short of buying a new display or receiver, this is one solution for his situation. Most will be using one cable which is one of the reasons the HDMI technology is so appealing to some.
Yes. This is correct.
However, the purpose is to use LPCM or Bitstream the audio.
Some may want the video to go that way, others will not.
I have heard that clone mode does not work unless you use AnyDVD.
Geez, it is amazing how these content holders want to force you to circumnavigate the copy protection
It amazes me that HDMI sound card manufacturers had not foreseen this problem. Gimme a break, these cards cost more that a new motherboard with LPCM out and the processor.