Yeah I'm sure that will fix it too, but why the heck would Panny put their latest gen players in that mode from the factory?
I happened to have "The Vow" on hand, which is only DD 5.1, but even that seems to sound more "HD" now. Can't wait to try an actual TrueHD or DTS HD.
BTW, I found this great site that has tons of details on Blu-ray movies and a great filter system for anyone interested.
After borrowing a neighbor's TrueHD Blu-ray version of Batman Begins, I'm happy to report that TrueHD is working fine now. I also found despite Netflix's Blu-ray info on The Vow indicating it's Dolby Digital, that it plays in DTS HD Master. The format not showing on the receiver was a matter of having to scroll through the Options button on the receiver's remote.
I'd prefer to be able to leave it in a mode where it always shows the format, but since I switch AV modes a lot to go from TV, to PC, to BD, the display keeps resetting to the basic input mode screen. It appears I'm going to have to keep going back to that Options button and scrolling through to Format every time I want to see what audio format is being decoded be it BD or TV.
It would be nice if the remote had a Format button to quickly navigate to it, but can't have everything I guess.Edited by Hi Def Fan - 7/28/12 at 1:53am