Audyssey XT-32 Ability to have Heights + Wides with an extra AMP, 3D pass-through.
Use HDMI 2 Sub out for the cleanest pass-through signal as that output has no video processing on it.
There can be issues with Deep Color on this receiver, most sources have Deep Color, like PS3, so you can turn it off on the receiver. Or just use HDMI 2 Sub out.
I have only had this product installed for about two months and thus far this product works very well with great sound and easy to use features. I have it set up as a 9.2 system using an extra amp for the front high speakers. My kids use it all the time to listen to their music and we love using it for our movies. This is my second Onkyo receiver. My first I still use and have been using for about 6 years.
High-End Home Theater Performance Starts Here This Onkyo network receiver is a winner in three areas. Firstly, its video performance is unrivalled. An HQV Vida VHD1900 processor upscales content to 1080p, with Qdeo technology taking full HD out to an eye-popping 4K. An ISF system calibrates video from all inputs to industry standards, and the resulting picture is spectacular. Secondly, audio performance is unmatched, as proven by THX Select2 Plus certification. The receiver delivers power effortlessly through three-stage inverted Darlington circuitry and 192 kHz/24-bit DACs. Finally, you get more setup flexibility. There are eight HDMI inputs-including an MHL for smart phones-and two outputs. Two USB ports connect iPod/iPhone and LAN adaptor, enabling wireless PC and online audio. Three mind-blowing sound expansion systems are included-Audyssey DSX, DTS Neo:X, and Dolby Pro Logic IIz-assisted by Audyssey MultEQ XT32 room correction. Digital crossover processing, front channel bi-amping capability, and three-zone audio distribution grant the freedom to customize. With new InstaPrevue input selection technology and intuitive system control via iPhone and Android phone, now is the time to upgrade to an Onkyo.