Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Unless your receiver has version 1.3b of HDMI, that's just one of many issues you can thank RIAA for. The recording industry is trying to keep anyone from recording. The worse news is that you cannot update the firmware in your receiver either. It involves hardware as well. Depending on the age and manufacturer of your receiver, you can call customer support and find out what they are doing to support their consumer base regarding this issue. If you own a Yamaha receiver and it's still under warranty, they will upgrade it at no charge. If it's out of warranty, your best bet is to run HDMI from source to source unswitched and use digital coaxial or optical for audio. If you have a newer TV it shouldnt be a big issue since most have 3 to 4 HDMI inputs. Otherwise, it is what it is and it stinks!!! But that is the current fix. Hope this helps. If you want more info on HDMI issues, google HDMI forums and you will find more info than you can read in a month.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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