I've made two other threads this past week in other sections of the forum that touch on this question.
I have a Denon 4520CI reciever, all onboard amps are dedicated to my 9.2 speaker configuration. I cannot and do not want to use the "zone" feature on the reciever.
All of my audio sources are connected via HDMI.
Source devices are my consoles (PS3/PS4/X360/Wii U) and my computer.
What I'm trying to do is this:
Listen to music on my computer while playing console games, and I don't mean console video + computer audio.
My consoles are setup for 7.1.
My computer is also setup for 7.1.
I want to hear both console and computer audio at the same time from the same speakers, all while preserving the audio channels. Basically what a splitter/switchbox does, only bass ackwards.
I've tried searching here and elsewhere, but all results I get are either about sending one HDMI signal to multiple devices at the same time, or splitting audio from video into separate cables.
Is this possible? If so, how should I do this?