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Jimmy22

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  #436850 8-Feb-2011 15:34
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if i could time travel it would be just to check the lotto numbers for the 30 mil super draw in the future, the rest would take care of itself ;)   . Poor old Eastern Hifi i used to look forward to the new years opening sales at 50% off every few years when i was ready :)

 
 
 

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  #436877 8-Feb-2011 16:38
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50% off sales...
Wonder why they went under?

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  #441853 21-Feb-2011 10:59
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well i have ended up with the following solution which is ok.

As the amp wasnt up for replacment at all I have managed to passthrough 1080p bluray and have trueHD sound for 2D movies, and i swap out cables to play 3D (player to TV direct) and just accept the DTS sound for 3D movies via optical. The budget is zero for any other options and although i think i can tell the difference in sound im thinking a cheapy amp will be about the same as mine with the lesser quality audio input.



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  #463294 28-Apr-2011 10:46
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...and now there is a solution , a bit cutting edge but it looks good....


http://www.hdmisplittercentral.com/sewell-direct-hdmi-14-splitter/ 


no pricing yet though...   or NZ importers  

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  #483174 20-Jun-2011 13:44
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the one above was no good :(    .  i got told it was ok by the seller , kept the text of the conversation to cover myself if it didnt work and it didnt , got a full refund inc freight and was told to keep the splitter. So i now have a 3d tv splitter but still havent solved the issue just cost some time really.  the splitter is only good as a point where i can easily swap cables between 2D True Hd setup and 3D DTS setup.

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  #483205 20-Jun-2011 14:35
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Either get hdmi splitter or go dts when doing 3d.

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  #483210 20-Jun-2011 14:51
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ahem, that WAS a splitter the latest V1.4 3D compatable one it was the best shot so far but no joy, its not as simple as just any old splitter will do .  Just wanted to let people know the theory didnt fix the issue to save them some messing about :)



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  #483307 20-Jun-2011 17:51
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Wow you've spent enough for a: (2nd go at it)

Oppo bd 93 (dual hdmi out for exactly your problem) or go down to dts.

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