Should be all set. I do that with an older A/V reciever too. If you haven't bought a receiver yet, the Panasonic 100 will output checkerboard too, and save you cash. It's about $200. It just doesn't have wifi capability or an extra hdmi output, which helps with those people with HDMI 1.4 spec 3DTV's. Ours are fine. Although, I'm kind of curious to see if someone running the Panasonic 300 experiences any luck with better audio quality running one HDMI out to their A/V receiver for audio only (as you can choose that option on the Panasonic player's options), and running the other output (the "main" output) right to their 3DTV. Just curious. But yeah, it should work.
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11/18/10 at 9:44pm