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Hello again (and again). Seems like audio on TV shows sound better than DVD's so far. I have the DVD player in & out HDMI and the TV optical. I'm sure there are a bunch of settings not right yet (I hope so at least). The DVD player is reading Dolby Digital and the movies are DD. And can they throw any more listening modes at you!!!!! I'm just not getting the crispness on the movies like TV.
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I'm not sure if I can because it's optical from TV to AVR and HDMI from DVD to AVR. I also thought I saw in the DVD manual that using HDMI overrides any of the audio settings like PCM, 96/48hz.. etc.? Don't you think in this system with DD that the clicks should be crisp and the booms floor shaking? I realize it's not a $2K setup but if it does it for TV, I would hope it does it for DVD
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We might have a winner!!! I think I had to many "in1's", etc. assigned to component & HDMI. I only have in1 to HDMI/DVD and in1 to Component/Video 1. I think I got it. Thanks guys, I knew it just wasn't right!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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On my "video input" on the setup on the AVR. Under components, I only have "in1" for Video 1 for TV, and under HDMI, I only have "HDMI 1" for the DVD player. Before, I had "in1" listed for other hookups like Video 1 & Video 2 under the HDMI settings, etc. I just reduced down to those two hookups & I think that's what did it. It was one of those things where I kept trying things & don't remember exactly what worked!
 
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