Originally Posted by gsr
Take a look at the "Quick Select" feature on your 4520 - depending on just how different you want your settings, this may do the trick for you. Otherwise, Denon receivers don't allow one to assign the same HDMI input to more than 1 input source, which is unfortunate as it would be useful at times. Depending on exactly what you want to do, it's possible you may find that how the Denon remembers surround modes for each input format might also be sufficient for your needs. If this doesn't get you to where you want to be, it would be best to post in 4520 thread over in the receiver forum.
Originally Posted by rdgrimes
Suggest asking in the appropriate Denon forum, I'm sure it has capabilities.
When 2 HDMI connections exist, "Split" is the only option that will give you HD audio. When only one HDMI connection exists, the setting has no effect.
Thanks for the input guys.
The Quick Select feature on the Denon is a no go because it does not save the Dynamic EQ and Dynamic Volume settings. This is my main reason for wanting to do dual Oppo outputs, 1 for movies and 1 for music.
Regarding HD audio, I am able to bitstream DTS HD-MSTR
according to the AVR. No DSD with SACD
though, but I happy to decode DSD to PCM on the Oppo.
Loss of HD audio was my main concern in doing the Dual AV out on the Oppo, but it seems like I'm getting HD audio through both Oppo outputs, at least according to my AVR information.