Problem with Samsung Blue Ray 3D TV and ONKYO TX-SR308
I have set up a Samsung 3D Blue Ray player using a 1.4v HDMI connection to an ONKYO TX-SR308 receiver and used the HDMI output of the receiver to connect to a Samsung 46" 3D LED LCD TV, again using a 1.4v HDMI cable.
When playing either an audio CD or a DVD there is an occasional split-second pause/hesitation/skip in the audio and picture - most annoying.
When using the audio channel return feature the sound signal from the TV plays flawlessly through the ONKYO. Likewise, when I disconnect the ONKYO and use the same HDMI cable connected to the Blue Ray it plays the CDs and DVDs perfectly.
The problem is the hook-up of all 3 devices with the ONKYO in the middle.
Has anyone else had the same/similar experience?
I'm starting to suspect maybe the HDMI cable between the Blue Ray and ONKYO is the problem - even though it's a 1.4v rated at 340MHz bandwidth @ 10.2GBps.
The ONKYO TX-SR308 is supposed to pass through signals flawlessly from the Blue Ray. It's like there is a hesitation in the data transfer/computing?
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Paul started the Home Cinema Guide to help less-experienced users get the most out of today's audio-visual technology. He has worked as a sound, lighting and audio-visual engineer for around 20 years. At home, he has spent more time than is probably healthy installing, configuring, testing, de-rigging, fixing, tweaking, re-installing again (and sometimes using) various pieces of hi-fi and home cinema equipment.