(2012-04-03 06:47)bluray Wrote:(2012-04-03 06:12)pro510 Wrote: Anyone managed to get this working with a Harman Kardon AVR-2600That is not how it suppose to work. With proper driver and configuration, you should see supported formats.... Did you see DTS-HD or TrueHD display on AVR front panel when playback blu-ray with HD audio using PDVD?
One thing I have noticed is that Windows does not show HD audio as a supported audio format, however, PowerDVD can play HD audio OK.
(2012-04-03 06:12)pro510 Wrote: I'm using the latest nVidia drivers and latest firmware in the AVR.Are you connecting your system this way- HTPC-->AVR-->HDTV via HDMI cable and selected Nvidia HDMI audio output in W7 control panel...
If you did all the above, and it still doesn't work, you can try install Realtek- High Definition Audio Codecs
Thanks all for the replies.
Upon further testing I don't see the stream on discontinuity errors but I do see the audio device fail to initialize - which would of course cause the issue.
I will try the realtek drivers when I get home tonight. I had disabled my onboard Realtek soundcard since I figured it wasn't needed. I have had no issues with DTS or DD.
Also I was mistaken about the PowerDVD working, that was with my other HTPC which uses an ATI 5450 and connects to the same AVR.
All my connections are correct. All Windows see is DTS, Dolby Digital, and Dolby Digital Plus.