Originally Posted by pmalter0
But if what they say is true, then the real problem is with the 1.4a standard--which has been the primary problem, period--everyone suffers to serve the greed of the movie studios.
case, it seems to be the devices rather than the standard (though I do agree that HDMI in general, is a cluster). Some devices, such as the Mits adapter, are looking for a specific device ID, rather than the capabilities of the device. The AVR might be providing all the appropriate information as far as being 3D capable, but it's likely also saying "I'm an Integra DTR-30.2". Since Mitsubishi chose
to specifically require that the adapter be connected directly to the TV, it does matter if the AVR says "it's ok, I can pass that signal along" if the adapter is saying "I don't care, I'm only going to give it to the TV directly".