I continue to wonder after reading thread after thread after thread, will "simple" bit error counters that are displayable exist or will they ever be created to be output. With the amount of computing power that now exists in most devices, surely, a simple counter that can be displayed on a device or on screen can't be that hard and would go a long way to help consumers and service centers identify where an issue might be as opposed to "try another cable", "try a different input", "try a different source", etc.... Is there anything in the works in any devices. I like my denon 4308 receiver as it at least displays what type of hdmi video and audio capabilities it has received from the sinks so one can at least figure out whether there is a display capability mismatch.... such a simple status screen. Oh well, just a dream for a better hdmi world. I wonder where the frustration level has to get to before something is done.
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2/6/13 at 2:49pm