Please help me understand is this a normal behaviour or not. I’ve got Vero 4k+ device connected to AVR (Pioneer VSX-922) via HDMI. In Kodi settings audio is set to passthrough, incl. Dolby Digital Plus (E-AC3) capable receiver. I did not make and custom changes to Vero4k+ (like installing different firmware or some test builds, etc.), out of the box with regular updates, currently it says Dec 2018 build is in place.
The issue is that some of the files with DD+ work fine with audio passed through to AVR (information on AVR lights up indicating audio is decoded by AVR), but some do not (video is fine, but no sound at all).
I add to examples of the file logs:
- https://pastebin.com/dl/adW4m03u This file works fine, audio is decoded by AVR;
- https://pastebin.com/dl/JAa73BiF This file does not (just video, no audio).
Obviously, if I turn off audio passthrough in Kodi, sound is decoded by Vero, send to AVR, and I do get audio signal for both files.
Do you know what the issue may be? Can it be my AVR is outdated already or anything else I should try? From first look, both files’ audio specs look the same.
P.s. there are no issues with DTS HD-MA or TrueHD, or DTS - all work perfect (incl. perfect lip sync).