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post #3421 of 3885
See the "2. Installation" section of the first post of this thread
post #3422 of 3885
Hello everyone. I also have this problem. Im using laptop ASUS K55V with intel integrated video and Nvidia GT 630M; TV Panasonic TX-L42ET5E and DVD player LG HT503PH-DH. Im connecting Asus--->hdmi--->TV Panasonic--->optical cable--->LG dvd player. I just installed the custom edid from Tulli (tnx a lot for his efforts and help) but still i only get 2 chanels. What should i do ??? I have installed the custom edid like it said on the first page.
post #3423 of 3885
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ivaylo Pissanov View Post

Hello everyone. I also have this problem. Im using laptop ASUS K55V with intel integrated video and Nvidia GT 630M; TV Panasonic TX-L42ET5E and DVD player LG HT503PH-DH. Im connecting Asus--->hdmi--->TV Panasonic--->optical cable--->LG dvd player. I just installed the custom edid from Tulli (tnx a lot for his efforts and help) but still i only get 2 chanels. What should i do ??? I have installed the custom edid like it said on the first page.

Again, and again, and again: 2 channels is correct, even if misleading (if you mean WIndows detection)! It means: 2 channels uncompressed audio (LPCM), which is the maximum bandwidth for S/PDIF. If you want to sent multichannel compressed audio just set your application to do so. But it will work only for AC3. DTS will only work when encapsulated in a WAV stream. Best solution for S/PDIF is just using an optical or coaxial cable for audio.
post #3424 of 3885
Sorry Tulli. Im still learning. So what softawre should i use, because i tried couple of soft and even when i set audio to 5.1 in sent me stereo signal to dvd player. May be i should use media server and stream trough wifi on the tv. In that way i always have 5.1 signal. It will be good to have 5.1 signal through hdmi, bit if i am not able to set it may be its ok. But i will appreciate if you can help me get multichanel with my hdmi smile.gif
post #3425 of 3885
I also upload screen pic from my device manager just to make sure the settings there are correct. 111.jpg 158k .jpg file
post #3426 of 3885
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ivaylo Pissanov View Post

Sorry Tulli. Im still learning. So what softawre should i use, because i tried couple of soft and even when i set audio to 5.1 in sent me stereo signal to dvd player. May be i should use media server and stream trough wifi on the tv. In that way i always have 5.1 signal. It will be good to have 5.1 signal through hdmi, bit if i am not able to set it may be its ok. But i will appreciate if you can help me get multichanel with my hdmi smile.gif

Just set any video player you like to passthrough 5.1 DD (no decoding by the player). Check that after applying the EDID override DD and DTS are listed as supported formats for the HDMI audio device. Also, make sure that the HDMI audio device is selected or is set as default in Windows.
post #3427 of 3885
I have tried Kmplayer, powerdvd 12, vlc player and wmc and there is no change. Tried all sound options but still only 2 chanels. But i tried a music video which is 5.1. When i play this video song trhough wifi its ok, but through hdmi only stereo frown.gif I dont know what to do more to get 5.1 sound through hdmi for listening music and watching movies. I only want 5.1 chanels frown.gif
post #3428 of 3885
Thread Starter 
Are DD and DTS listed as supported formats for the HDMI audio device? I don't use any of those players but here's a link to set up VLC to 5.1 passthrough:

http://techyfuzz.com/how-to-setup-5-1-audio-output-in-vlc-player/

IIRC PDVD must be set to "non-decoded audio" or something like that.
post #3429 of 3885
I still only see only 2 chanels like pic i'va uploaded frown.gif I've done VLC player settings but i guess my audio settings in panel control are not OK. 222.jpg 109k .jpg file
post #3430 of 3885
Thread Starter 
The problem is not the 2 channels but that no compressed formats are listed.

But now I see that it's an Intel Device and Intel IGPs do NOT accept EDID overrides. So with an Intel Graphic Adapter the only solution in your case is to use an optical or coaxial cable with the onboard Realtek audio device.
post #3431 of 3885
Ok last ask. Can you send me pics of optical and coaxial cable i need to buy. And if i understand i connect one of these cable from TV to DVD player right. Because on my laptop i only have hdmi out ?
post #3432 of 3885
Thread Starter 
Ouch, this is getting complicated.

As for cables any standard S/PDIF optical or coaxial cable will do. But connection should run from the laptop to the LG DVD player, through perhaps a USB-S/PDIF sound adapter (like this one).

But if your laptop has a DisplayPort there's a trick for enabling S/PDIF, as seen here.
post #3433 of 3885
Tnx again Tulli for your help. May be i have one more option if i get 5.1 usb soundcard ill see what i will do. For now my wifi media transfer is doing OK so i will use it.
post #3434 of 3885
Hi, first of all: you guys are doing a great job here!!! I'm about to build a new HTPC and don't want to buy the wrong hardware :-) because I have to override EDID ...

Here is my setup:

Denon AVR 2310
Panasonic TX-P50VT50E 3D

Do you recommend an AMD A10-5700 system for HTPC with integrated 7660D-VGA Core? Are there any issues known? Or is it easier to override an i3 with HD4000 system?

Thanks for your help,

newkey
post #3435 of 3885
Thread Starter 
You shouldn't require an EDID override anyway, but the HD4000 cannot be EDID-overriden.
post #3436 of 3885
Thx for your fast reply. I'm going with the AMD system then. How come I won't need EDID override? The Denon 2310 has only HDMI 1.3a - so no 3d passthrough. What am I missing?
post #3437 of 3885
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by newkey View Post

Thx for your fast reply. I'm going with the AMD system then. How come I won't need EDID override? The Denon 2310 has only HDMI 1.3a - so no 3d passthrough. What am I missing?

Use separate connections: DVI-HDMI to display device and HDMI to the AVR in extended mode. With a single connection (and an EDID override) bitstreaming of HD Audio is not possible over an HDMI1.3 AVR (see 1st. post for more details or search through the thread).

You'll require an AMD DVI-HDMI adapter for the DVI port. If you choose the Intel any DVI/HDMI adapter or cable will do.
Edited by Tulli - 1/11/13 at 11:32am
post #3438 of 3885
Thanks a lot! Keep on with your good work!
post #3439 of 3885
Thaxs for overrides, but not works.
Can yuo combine the ES6800 whit SR-509?
Samsung ES6800.zip 1k .zip file
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Samsung LE46B650 - ONKYO TX-NR509.zip 1k .zip file
thanxs.
post #3440 of 3885
hi i am having trouble passing dts hd ma and dolby true hd through from my ati 6450 to my onkyo tx sr313 all sound formats are supported by my graphics card and my receiver. they are connected with an hdmi 1.4a cable.
has anyone got an edid override i can try please. or any suggestions what could be causing it. i had the same problem with an ati 5450 aswell. monitor.txt 6k .txt file Capture.JPG 42k .JPG file
post #3441 of 3885
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Originally Posted by lilsdad17 View Post

hi i am having trouble passing dts hd ma and dolby true hd through from my ati 6450 to my onkyo tx sr313 all sound formats are supported by my graphics card and my receiver. they are connected with an hdmi 1.4a cable.
has anyone got an edid override i can try please. or any suggestions what could be causing it. i had the same problem with an ati 5450 aswell.

Fixed.zip 1k .zip file
post #3442 of 3885
thankyou very much dts hd ma and dolby true hd both work perfectly.

thanks matt
post #3443 of 3885
i am using a radeon 6320 hd gfx on my media pc that is connected to my samsung UN55D8000 via hdmi. when selecting my audio in the playback settings i can only configure the audio to stereo and not 5.1 audio (i have a 5.1 surround system hooked to my tv optical out). i am trying to edit the edid for the tv with no avail. my edid says its only 2 channel, i would like to set it to 6 ( think that would fix it) so that i can have the option to use 5.1 surround. can anybody help me out and edit my edit for me to fix the problem


readable
SAM07C2.txt 6k .txt file

actual edid
edid.txt 1k .txt file

original inf
original.txt 3k .txt file
Edited by thecrunked - 1/20/13 at 8:09pm
post #3444 of 3885
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by thecrunked View Post

i am using a radeon 6320 hd gfx on my media pc that is connected to my samsung UN55D8000 via hdmi. when selecting my audio in the playback settings i can only configure the audio to stereo and not 5.1 audio (i have a 5.1 surround system hooked to my tv optical out). i am trying to edit the edid for the tv with no avail. my edid says its only 2 channel, i would like to set it to 6 ( think that would fix it) so that i can have the option to use 5.1 surround. can anybody help me out and edit my edit for me to fix the problem

Samsung UN55D8000+AC3+DTS.zip 1k .zip file

But note that 2 channels is correct:

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1227161/edid-overrides-to-solve-bitstreaming-issues-for-ati-5xxxs/3420#post_22794645
post #3445 of 3885

thank you for your speedy reply.

i see from the link that I would be better off running audio thru my optical out on my media pc; however when doing so i have a small delay in audio, it is enough to drive anybody with a keen eye crazy while watching people talk on the tv. is there any way that i can change a system setting to reduce the delay in all optical audio out? my pc is running windows 7 ultimate x64.

the setup runs like this:
media pc -> tv (via hdmi for video/audio but can do optical for sound [with delay] and hdmi for video) -> receiver (via optical out from tv)
post #3446 of 3885
will an edid override allow you yo turn off the tv and leave the avr on?
post #3447 of 3885
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by manuetdeo View Post

will an edid override allow you yo turn off the tv and leave the avr on?

No. Hotplug detection is resolved by the graphic driver.
post #3448 of 3885
thanks for the answer
post #3449 of 3885
Hi, i have ATI Radeon 5450, i used to be able to bitstream HD audio, dolby, dts from my HTPC to my AVR Onkyo 606 with Samsung LN52A550. Everything is connected via HDMI and my receiver will show audio ie. HD Master, True-HD etc, or dolby, DTS. Since upgrading to Windows 8, i am no longer able to passthrough audio to my receiver, all i see is PCM. Also, in my sound configuration in windows, i now only see stereo! I used to be able to select 5.1, 7.1 and quadrophonic? options before. I have the latest Catalyst 13.1 and a clean install Windows 8 and still to no avail. Did W8 change how it detects my audio config? I never did any EDID override back with Windows 7 with Catalyst 10.5 drivers. Do i need an EDID override? Any help would be appreciated or directions on how i could fix this. Thanks in advance.
post #3450 of 3885
Thread Starter 
Are TrueHD and DTS HD listed for the HDMI audio device? Which player are you using to bitstream? Could be a problem with your current AMD driver. Try an older version compatible with Win8.
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