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Help! Receiver cannot pass 3D signal

post #1 of 4
Thread Starter 
All,

I recently upgraded my projector to a new EPSON 5020. I have an older Rotel RSP-1069 that cannot pass the 3D signal to the projector. I Have a bluray player with a single HDMI out (not one that can do audio/video seperately). I dont want to buy a new receiver.

How can I send video directly to the projector and audio to the receiver?

Thanks
post #2 of 4
you could use optical or digital coax out to the receiver. It wont be lossless True HD or DTS-MA audio like HDMI can do but it'll be high bitrate audio and sound very very good.

I assume your Blu Ray player has optical or digital coax output?
post #3 of 4
Thread Starter 
It does and that does work, however, the result is - as you pointed out - no DTS-HD, MA, 7channell audio, etc.

I am really looking for a solution that splits or doubles the HDMI signal.

Anyone know of something like that?
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Originally Posted by mkedda View Post

It does and that does work, however, the result is - as you pointed out - no DTS-HD, MA, 7channell audio, etc.

I am really looking for a solution that splits or doubles the HDMI signal.

Anyone know of something like that?
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Originally Posted by mkedda View Post

It does and that does work, however, the result is - as you pointed out - no DTS-HD, MA, 7channell audio, etc.

I am really looking for a solution that splits or doubles the HDMI signal.

Anyone know of something like that?

In short, I don't think you can do what you want with the current equipment. Per the suggestion of using a digital audio connection, the Rotel should be able to "duplicate" 7.1 with the Doly and DTS formats.(i.e Neo6, etc.). I think this is as close as you can get.

You may want to look at an HDMI repeater (the reverse of a splitter); they're pricey but it may be worth it to keep the Rotel.
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