- Apr 19, 2006
- Florida Blue in the middle of red
Hey, I got no problem with that.An AVR does not usually accept all of the format / codecs, and HDMI surround from a PC with JRiver that an Oppo does. I must have an AVR that does analog input for my other players. An AVR often will not have analog inputs. I mean there are great AVRs that do plenty. But I think I've got the most flexible arrangement going right now. Oppo with a Yamaha AVR that has HDMI and 7.1 RCA ins/outs + 110 watts per chan.
Oh and the PC with 16TBs of high-res and surround digital with every big fancy box set from Bear family and Mosaic, and beautiful 24/96 needle drops up the ying-yang.
So I guess it comes down to which AVR you suggest, I know there are some beautiful sounding ones.
What I got going sounds really nice
I have all my surround ripped, currently somewhere between 24-27TB (mainly .iso format) and my main rig has
I just bought my AVR in December, mainly for an Atmos 7.1.4 system. My Onkyo TX-RZ50 will not decode Auro3D or mpeg-h however.
But my pc IS my playback device via HDMI to AVR usually with either VLC or PowerDVD. My Oppo 103 is jailbroke and will play .iso files but still I can do that with the pc.
Don't do streaming media at this time.
edit: correction made on DRAM. 32GB not 32TB! lol.