Question about Pioneer VSX-36TX
Either buy inputting a coaxial or a 5.1 analog conection from a blu-ray player
I have found out that using a Blu-ray player that has built in true-hd decoders and a 5.1 or better analog out to my six channel input that my problem will be solved. I was advised that the Panasonic BD-55 was a good choice since both the analog and bitstream feeds are always active without changing settings.
Thanks for your help.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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