Originally Posted by SoCal11
Should the 220 be set for bitstream vs PCM; BD-Video Secondary Audio On or OFF; PCM Down Conversion on or off?
I'm not going to bother looking it up by I assume that your AVR can decode all of the sound encodings (DTS-HD HR & MA, DD+ & TrueHD), so set them to bitstream, which will send the encoded sound to your AVR to be decoded there. (Setting to PCM to cause the BD player to decode the sound internally, producing multichannel LPCM). BD Secondary Audio is stuff like the directors commentary and any player sound effects, which have to be mixed into the sound, which I think would force PCM, so turn it off unless you use those things often.
Turn PCM Down Conversion on if your AVR can't handle 96 kHz sampled sound; it will down convert it to 48 kHz for output.