Add 176.4 PCM for the Yamaha BD-A1010.
Originally Posted by NWCgrad /forum/post/21367903
... Sony BDP-S380 player ... sending DSD to my Onkyo 805 receiver ...
... indicates it is receiving a 44.1 signal ... I have tried every conceivable setup feature for both the player and the AVR ...
Originally Posted by drSeehas /forum/post/21367932
You mean the TX-SR805?
In the S380 Audio Settings the "DSD Output Mode" is set to "On"?
In the S380 Music Settings the "Super Audio CD Playback Layer" is set to "Super Audio CD"?
Is there any other device in the HDMI chain?
Originally Posted by NWCgrad /forum/post/21368120
... No other devices in the chain (Sony BDP-S480 --> [HDMI] --> Onkyo TX-SR805 --> [HDMI] --> BenQ PE7700 projector).
... front display shows DSD/2.0 or 5.1 (disc dependent)/44.1 kHz...
... but I may have to dig out my RCA cables and use the analog output (I can't imagine it will be all that good in a $100 BluRay player).
Originally Posted by ninogui /forum/post/21384832
On the Cambridge 751BD,
According to this tester here (in french) ... from what he says for PCM we can assume it goes up to 176KHz
Originally Posted by bmwetr /forum/post/21403407
So, my question is; if you are only using a player to read an SACD and pass a DSD Signal to an AVR where the sound is decoded, is there any audible reason to spend more for a higher quality player?