Originally Posted by blr5150
One quirk I have noticed with the c6500 is that when I first turn it on and let it boot up my RX-V663 displays that is recieving a stereo input from the C6500......
I think the behavior you are describing is more to do with your AV receiver than with the Blu-Ray player. From what I have seen, and from the discussion here in this forum, Netflix apparently supplies only stereo sound.
On my receiver I have PLII C (simulated surround) selected as the default mode when not overriden by a DD 5.1 or DTS signal. I get sound from all speakers with Netflix, but it's simulated surround from stereo input. When I play a DVD or Blu-Ray disc, it switches to DD 5.1 or DTS. When I switch back to Netflix, it shows PLII C again.
It seems like your receiver does not have a surround simulation mode like PLII C selected as the default for stereo input. It also seems like your receiver does automatically select a surround simulation mode when you switch back to a stereo input like Netflix after playing a disc with surround sound.