Byte 3, Audio/Video Receiver, HDCP

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    Equipment List
    Source: Byte3
    A/V Receiver: Sony STR-DN1080, 5.1.2 setup
    TV: Panasonic TC-P55ST30

    With the Byte3 connected directly to the TV via hdmi, the Byte3 works as intended.
    However, when the Byte3 is connected to the a/v receiver via hdmi, receiver does not recognize the device.

    The ideal setup in my case is to connect the Byte3 to the a/v receiver via hdmi instead of being directly connected to the TV because the audio is down mixed to a 2.0 single (source content is of 5.1 quality or higher) by the TV before being outputted by the receiver via hdmi (arc).
    My 7 year old laptop can output to the same receiver via hdmi providing the desired uncompressed audio. The Byte3, for all intents and purposes, was to be a direct replace for the laptop.

    Is the Byte3 HDCP complaint?
    Will there be a firmware update to allow the Byte3 to be connected to modern a/v receivers/switches via hdmi that employ HDCP 2.2?

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by   jdwells619.
    • This topic was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by   jdwells619.
  • #21888


    I am having the same problem with a Yamaha RX-V681 a/v receiver.
    When I connect HDMI display devices directly to the Byte3, they are recognized and work as expected.
    When I connect the display devices to my AV Receiver and then connect the receiver to the Byte3, the Byte3 does not recognize the AV Receiver as an HDMI device.
    I downloaded the latest Intel Graphics driver update, but still no joy.

    To route the Byte3 Video feed through the A/V Receiver so that the audio can be played on the surround sound speakers.
    To play audio from the Byte3 over the HDMI link to the A/V receiver when the TV is off so that we can stream music using the Byte3.

    Is this possible?

  • #21909

    Azulle Support Team


    Thank you for using our forums. Regarding to your questions, thanks to a customer called Malcolm Dixon we have noticed that sometimes the receiver won’t pick the signal, he provided a solution as well. This issue can be solved by using a HDMI restorer, he tested two different brands with positive results: Dr. HDMI and Gefen Detective Plus.

    Do not hesitate to contact us directly if you have further questions or concerns.

    Best regards.

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