Did you try updating inputstream?
Did you try updating inputstream?
Harman Kardon model number?
The Amp has no analog (RCA) or digital inputs (hdmi, optical or coax)? That's a first for me!
Does the Pi have an audio output besides hdmi?
It may help to add the make and model of your amplifier. Also, which Pi model?
Exactly how is your hardware interconnected?
Update: Member SMB / SMB1 had uploaded a devel version of LE and it fixed (patched?) the issue. I'm not sure if it's a fix or a work-around, but it fixed my issue.
Nexus LE11 build with the following changes:
- added BT.2020 patch
- added a fix for DTS-HD detection in m2ts files as discussed here
- added a fix for GUI flickering during TV channel switching
- Kodi updated to 6de9250
- Linux updated to 6.2.2
- Intel media-driver updated to 23.1.3
- Mesa updated to 23.0.0
That fixed DTS-HD MA detection in m2ts files. Thanks!
I don't know if this will help or not
A month has passed and not 1 response from Kodi Forums or Github on this issue.
Thanks for confirming the bug. I posted this on the Kodi Forums this morning but there have been no replies (yet).
Update: I just submitted the bug to Kodi Github
Here's a link to a sample .m2ts video file that contains DTS-HD Master Audio:
Scroll down to HD / object-based Audio Test Clips and select number 14 to download.
It will play properly with LE 10.0.4 (Matrix) but not with LE 10.95.0 (Nexus). The AVR should display "DTS-HD Master Audio"
I have 2 Intel NUCs running LE 10.0.4 and they play all my .m2ts video files containing DTS-HD Master Audio correctly. Their Audio Streams are identified as: English - DTS-HD MA 5.1 (side) - 6 channels [default] (1/1). My AVR correctly identifies them as DTS-HD Master Audio
If I update to 10.95.0 (Nexus), the Audio Streams are identified as: English - DTS 0 channels - 0 channels (1/1). My AVR plays them as plain DTS - not DTS-HD Master Audio
Same problem running Kodi Nexus on a Windows 10 computer.
I converted one of the .m2ts files to .mkv and it plays DTS-HD Master Audio correctly.
Can anyone else confirm this?
What's with the download mirrors for the in OS download?
I am lucky to see ~250KB/s often falling into single digit ~5KB/s. I am on a 1Gb Symmetrical Fiber connection.
The update times out before it completes.
I agree! I'm on a 1 Gb fiber connection (Verizon), and it took close to an hour to download.
I need help!
I tried updating my old Intel NUC (DC53427HYE / i5-3427U / Intel HD Graphics 4000) (2013 model) from 10.0.4 to both generic versions of LE11 (10.95.0) and both produced problems with audio (some DTS-HD MA files) would play as "DTS" and had slight juddering in the picture. Now I cannot roll back to 10.0.4. During boot, it says my hardware is not compatible with 10.0.04 (WTF?)
I can't find 10.0.0 to try. How can I safely roll back?
Update: I found out that you cannot roll back from 10.95.0 legacy version to 10.0.4, so I installed the regular 10.95.0 and rolled back to 10.0.4 successfully. Now I know not to update to LE11 until the issues are fixed.
It will say "under-voltage" when the current draw is exceeded. Voltage drops when too much current is used. Use the official RPi power supply as recommended.
Edit: Hias beat me to it ☺
An Amazon Fire TV Cube (2nd or 3rd Gen) supports my audiophile obsession just fine. I subscribe to Amazon Music Unlimited through my Prime account for $8 a month. The cube supports 24bit, 192kHz. Amazon has both HD and UHD Audio files ready for streaming. I use Pandora and Spotify (free accounts) to discover new music and then add the highest quality files using Amazon Music Unlimited to my Custom Playlists. The Fire TV Cube has a built-in Alexa Voice Controller, which can also control your TV & AVR's power and navigation to the Cube's GUI. It takes a little getting used to but for the price, it's amazing. I have a large collection of SACD ISO's and to tell you the truth, the only benefit I see with them is the occasional multi-track recording. I'm over 70, so my ears may not be able to hear what I did years ago. Good Luck
With the video playing, press V on your keyboard, and then enter 888
I don't know if you have to do that each time you play a video containing teletext subtitles though