Originally Posted by ultrasilent
Very strange answers...
1. can you uncheck all audio flags boxes in Automix? I`m not...
2. more likely... ? when you have my log in your hands...
3. again about one sink when I 1000 times told that I have both sinks at output?
I don`t know why you don`t like just to help me and answer to my questions. I `m not telling that vertex is not good or FW is buggy, may be my vertex needs replacement or repairs...
Ok, when I have time I will be more specific and will explain more about my problems with Vertex... may be I `m not enough specific at the moment...
At the moment I have many bugs with Automix in MY setup. I hope we can get rid of them together. No BS.
Yes answers are strange because you don't make any effort and your attitude is ruining what was once a constructive and informative thread; now it is confusing everybody with non sense.
I have people with real issue to answer and I cannot spend again and again 2 or 3 pages of totally useless questions and answers just because you don't want to listen to what I'm telling you.
You came here saying you want to use TV alone and get best capabilities and then TV with AVR and get best capabilities, to get this working automatically, then you need AVR to be really OFF in Automix, if it's not the case, then it will never work automatically and there will always be something to change when you use TV alone or TV+AVR (either on source by adjusting sound settings, either on vertex by switching edid modes or either on AVR by turning off passthru)
The only problem is that you don't seem to understand that Vertex needs to detect your AVR as "Connected but in stand by" instead of ON for Native audio flag to mix it when ON or not mix it when OFF.
You said you cannot turn off passthru, so AVR always appear as ON, then NATIVE will always mix its capabilities (the capabilities it offers when in pass thru mode which can of course differs than what it can offer when not in passthru)
Also, I have already pointed previously, but you never added link to it, that your AVR have an issue when it mix EDID so for sure I can believe automix can make issue in that case, that's why Vertex have many other EDID modes.
so you can use copy TX0 when TV is up, copy TX1 when AVR is up, or create your own custom EDIDs from Automix when working as you want it and switch between them when needed.
You can automate all that with universal remote so when you turn on TV it changes to TV mode and when you turn on AVR it changes to AVR mode.
What is sure is that you cannot automix properly your AVR based on it's ON/OFF state if it have passthru activated and never goes off, seems pretty logical.