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source pchc 7 months 2 weeks ago #35914

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hello, I would like to know if I put the nano avr dl on a pchc to treat only the sound without there is the image, if there is no problem?
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source pchc 7 months 2 weeks ago #35943

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mmmmh, not sure what is pchc.. :-( Did you mean DHCP? i.e. copyright protection?

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source pchc 7 months 2 weeks ago #35957

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devteam wrote:
@lacoste62

mmmmh, not sure what is pchc.. :-( Did you mean DHCP? i.e. copyright protection?

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by pchc I meant my special pc home cinema
so my question is that my image and my kind of my graphics card in hdmi, so I wanted to know if it was possible to connect my graphics card minidsp nano avr dl and from there a cable hdmi has my amp without the 'picture?
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source pchc 7 months 2 weeks ago #35961

In other words : is there a problem with nanoAVR function if the HDMI data content, coming from the Graphic board of the HTPC, includes only the audio PCM 7.1 without the video data ?
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source pchc 7 months 2 weeks ago #35962

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graphics card hdmi splitter and a hdmi to projo and a hdmi splitter to amp, so the one who goes to the amp if I plug the nano avr dl, I would treatment I'm in 5.1
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source pchc 7 months 2 weeks ago #35964

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In other words : is there a problem with nanoAVR function if the HDMI data content, coming from the Graphic board of the HTPC, includes only the audio PCM 7.1 without the video data ?

yes
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source pchc 7 months 6 days ago #36099

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For HDMI signal, audio content cannot be transmitted if there is no video content transmitting, so audio content must always come with a video content even if the video content may be just a blue screen only.

So if you can do this:

Graphics card -> HDMI cable -> hdmi splitter -> HDMI cable -> amp

and you can get the sound, then most likely:

Graphics card -> HDMI cable -> hdmi splitter -> HDMI cable -> nanoAVR-DL -> HDMI cable -> amp

you should also get the sound provided that the video resolution and sampling rate can be supported by nanoAVR-DL.

Hope this info helps.

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source pchc 7 months 6 days ago #36100

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hello, thank you for your return, after several tests, I have succeeded in doing so
graphic card-> hdmi-> vp
another graphic card-> hdmi-> minidsp-> hdmi-> amp
and so no worries it works very well
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