Originally Posted by rana_kirti
I had a few queries in regard to this....
Are you facing this problem mainly due to having a mix of north american discs and european discs ?
Yes, and I want to watch PAL broadcast material from my cable box. If I only watched one source (say a blu-ray player that I only played 24p blu-rays on) then I could just set the T747 to 24Hz and all would be good. But who only watches one source?
Could it have been a "no problem" if you had only european discs...?
I still want to watch blu-rays encoded at 24p..
If a person had only one source. Say a Bluray player. And he connected the output directly from the bluray player to projector or in your case your toshiba TV... and the audio out from the bluray player to the NAD 747 then there would be no such problems right...?
The big problem with this is that HD audio formats can only be carried by HDMI. Using optical/coax would work, but you'd be hearing the compressed DD/DTS 'core' signal and not the full uncompressed DTS-MA/Dolby True HD sound.
Also, would you feel happy paying for an amp with HDMI switching ability and then not using it?
BUt that is good for some one with only one source. I guess it wont work for someone who has mutiple sources like cable box, xbox, bluray player.
Is that right ?
Well for every source you'd need an HDMI input on the TV, and a digital audio input on the amp. The T747 has 2x optical and 2x coax inputs, which might be enough.. but do you really want to do this when you've just paid for a HDMI switching amp??
But is there a difference in sound quality coming from optical cable from Bluray cable to NAD 747 vs sound coming in hdmi cable from bluray player to NAD 747...?