the Monoprice unit sounds just what I may need. I hope you don't mind if I ask you a question or two about your experience with it.
Your Panasonic Blu-ray player is a 3D unit, so I assume you've probably used it to play 3D blu-ray discs (I dunno if your 65" is 3D capable or not, but I'm assuming it is).
Can you please confirm that the Monoprice gadget can successfully send 3D blu-ray HDMI video to one output, and its accompanying HDMI audio to another, without difficulty, at the same time? And that full DTS-Master HD etc works as expected?
The only reason I've asked is, my limited experience with HDMI splitters is that they can only reliably support a single, synched 3D target at a time. Plus, my Onkyo TX-SR606 has a HDMI 1.3 interface, although it supports HD audio.
I'm hopeful that the Monoprice unit might solve my need to feed these two separate targets simultaneously, and end up with HD audio and well-behaved 3D video as well, as a result.
Thanks very much if you can shed some light on these questions.
From Fremantle, Western Australia