Originally Posted by marcaaron22
So what is my next step? 'without having to buy a v1.4 compatible AVR'?
Cos if I was to upgrade my AVR, there's £1000 gone straight away for a 7.1 AVR and then £300 to £500 for a 3D Blu Ray Player..
Whereas if I got a dual HDMI output 3D Blu Ray Player, it'll only cost £500 the most..
My question Now is, which player is best with dual output??
I am quite familar with the various bluray sources and I have never heard of or forsee a dual output HDMI source device (Except repeaters). Unfortunately since you are a pioneer so to speak with 3D technology TV's you have unfortunately landed yourself in a bit of a incompatibilty time period. The EDID from the audio AMP is required to get your advanced audio, and the EDID from the TV is required for the 3D so that the source 3D device thinks it's capable.
Anyway for your setup you would need a device that basically captures the amp and tv EDID, superclasses them into one EDID taking the audio section from amp, but video section from TV to tell the source what your 'system' is capable.
You can search for such device, but I don't think I know of any. Maybe get a geffen rep on the phone, mention what I said. A second solution would be a 'Geffen HDMI-Detective'-like device that has a customizable PC interface to allow you to create your superclass EDID manually.