Originally Posted by jericho1
The YSP 5600 does support Atmos (please see previous posts)- I fail to understand why the Integral 2 cannot do this whereas the AVR Key could...
First of all I don't know where you read that Integral2 cannot do something, Integral2 support Atmos over DD+/TrueHD/MAT as there is 3 ways of transmitting ATMOS as I wrote and explained before.
What I said is that YOUR SOUND SYSTEM must support ATMOS over DOLBY MAT or it will NEVER WORK because APPLE (and you guys as I wrote multiple times already SHOULD COMPLAIN TO THEM ABOUT THAT) decided to stop transmission of ATMOS over TRUE HD recently via firmware update and they are forcing now ATMOS transmission over DOLBY MAT which of course breaks compatibility with many older AVR since Dolby MAT is more recent than TRUE HD.
so if you are reading me correctly now, Integral2 is out of equation here since it supports everything, and the only unknow and for which I recommended you to ask manufacturer is if your YSP support ATMOS over DOLBY MAT (and not just "ATMOS" because that means nothing if you don't associate it with its transmission method)
Second, I also wrote that if any issue, you just have to export your config like for any support issue, so we can verify your settings.
So to make this ultra simple to understand:
1) VERIFY WITH THE MANUFACTURER THAT YOUR SOUND SYSTEM SUPPORT ATMOS OVER DOLBY MAT
2) EXPORT YOUR CONFIG (usermanual p43) AND POST IT AS ATTACHMENT
If 1) is ok, then 2 will solve your issue.
If 1) is not ok, then nothing will make it work.
We can also verify if 1 is true or not by making sure config export show correct settings, if config export is correct for atmos, then if it fails, you know that your audio system does not support ATMOS over Dolby MAT (it would still work perfectly fine for any sources using ATMOS over DD+ or TRUEHD)
Bottom line: Those 2 points are what I answered previously already, I'm not here to make you lose time, I'm trying to be straight to the point as much as I can. so if you do 1 & 2, or only 2, I can help, but just writing thing I didn't say won't help
EDIT: I just re read your post again, and it seems you are trying to get ATMOS from ARC back to your YSP ? please confirm, but you are also saying AVR-Key can do that as well ? please try to elaborate/confirm, if you are trying to get ATMOS from TV ARC back to YSP or if you are trying to get ATMOS from HDMI Source forwarded to AVR INPUT, that's 2 VERY different things and in ARC case, since AVR-Key does NOT support ARC, I fail to see how AVR-Key could work for that.
For GoBlue: Confirm if you bought it from HDfury.com or any other source. if any other source, update its firmware first and try again. Also confirm if you are using normal USB > mini USB or if you have the Y cable USB.