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Larry, Did You ever work this out? I have the same issue. Dave
Dec 21, 2011 by D. Henderson
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No
Sep 6, 2013 by Eric C. Fenstermaker
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This amp is not 3D compatible.
Jan 3, 2013 by Randman
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Should work with either after the latest firmware update. What you need to do is to use either Audio1 or Audio2 and assign whatever input your video is on to it via the on-screen menus.
Jan 19, 2010 by Y. Lin
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I am not a specialist, but this should not be a problem. There basically is a big difference between the refresh rate of the TV and the framerate of the show. TV is usually broadcasting at 60hz (60 images per second), but your screen is refreshing (i.e. dispaying) 600 images per second. the TV will therefore display each images 10 times. There is therefore no impact for you. The only question I have is for blue ray played at 24p (24 images per second, which is the standard way of filming for movies): Will this receiver work with sources at 24p?
Jan 4, 2010 by Arnaud De Brux
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