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For example, there is the 7.1 analog outputs and the seperate L/R analog outputs on the bd-up5000. The 7.1 channel has front left (fl) and front right (fr) connections.


Is the signal the same over both? I assume they are not. I imagine that the 7.1 outputs are discrete channels of the audio selected and the normal L/R are a stereo mix regardless of what audio track is selected.


What I am wondering is if an audio track is only 2 channel. Like a music hd dvd/BR that has a 2 channel true hd audio track. Will it be true hd over both the FL/FR 7.1 outputs and the regular L/R ouputs?


I am wondering the same thing about my Pioneer Elite DV-45ai. If I am playing a 2 channel SACD will it be output over both the 5.1 FL/FR and the regular L/R outputs the same way?
 

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For example, there is the 7.1 analog outputs and the seperate L/R analog outputs on the bd-up5000. The 7.1 channel has front left (fl) and front right (fr) connections.


Is the signal the same over both? I assume they are not. I imagine that the 7.1 outputs are discrete channels of the audio selected and the normal L/R are a stereo mix regardless of what audio track is selected.


What I am wondering is if an audio track is only 2 channel. Like a music hd dvd/BR that has a 2 channel true hd audio track. Will it be true hd over both the FL/FR 7.1 outputs and the regular L/R ouputs?


I am wondering the same thing about my Pioneer Elite DV-45ai. If I am playing a 2 channel SACD will it be output over both the 5.1 FL/FR and the regular L/R outputs the same way?

I leave them unattached. When I had a DVD-Audio player I had them attached to the TV to watch movies that I didn't need the Surround Sound for. I couldn't figure out why I couldn't get the Hi Rez to work until I pulled the "stereo" L/R analogs from the player.
 
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