Originally Posted by parodielin
That's my case too. I don't know what else I did could make 972 work with Roku on DD+. My Denon 1610 works fine.
I just got three Roku 2 XS units (one per TV).
I ordered them after finding out recently that my Panasonic BDT-210, like many not so old Blu-Ray players, does not
support 1080P for Netflix (the Panny supports 1080P fine for BD discs etc.).
With the two Roku 2 XS units that are hooked up to the two HDTV's that I do not have receivers connected to, I get 1080P video (Netflix 'Super HD' titles) and stereo audio.
However, when using the R-972's HDMI input (so as to get DD+ audio from Netflix), I can get DD+ movies to display on my TV only if the audio in Netflix is set to 'stereo' (2.0)
When I select 5.1 audio in Netflix, using the Roku and the R-972 combo, I get audio but no video through the R-972 for Netflix.
My TV reports a 1080P signal and shows the Roku screens and even the Netflix homepage. However, when I start playing a Netflix movie with 5.1 (more specifically DD+) sound on the Roku, using the R-972 there is no video.
I was able to get a stereo Netflix movie to play fine through the R-972 with the Roku (both audio and video worked).Any ideas?
I tried with the R-972's V Scaler set to auto and set to 1080P with no better results (in fact one of the two settings eliminated both audio and video).Edited by ia1z - 3/2/13 at 12:32pm