Originally Posted by SanchoPanza
Never had DDTHD dropout problems before update. Yes, after update, had dropouts but after turning off & restarting, no problems.
DWW is one of the few I have with dts-HD 7.1; will see if I can come up with a list of ones I have.
Have it set to 24fps, Audiophile.
Oh, ok I get it now. When I updated mine once of the 1st disks I tried (I think Life of Pi) locked up on me. This is pretty typical to have a couple issues right after an update. I did not do a cold start, just turned it off and back on and all was well. I don't dare do a cold start, but if I do have issues (and I have not had any yet other than the one or two movies I have that still won't play_) I will be doing a cold start. I used to always do one after an update, but since it seemed to have been already done since all settings were back to factory I figured I would just leave it alone.
Also I forgot to add to the list DDTHD 7.1 disks that have had issues in the past like How to Drain Your Dragon and the Shreck movies. Other ones to test would be the Star Wars trilogies and also the Indiana Jones movies as they have had issues in some players and with some AVRs (fortunately I have not ran into those issues). How to Train/Drain Your Dragon will be the acid test for BD with DDTHD 7.1.
Oh and to truly test DTS-HD MA x.1 you will need to set 60fps. Paramount and Universal discs from the Iron Man 2 era seem to have the most issues in that mode and dropouts. At least that has been my experience. Haven't tried any of that yet.Edited by mr.kludge - 10/22/13 at 6:27pm