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    Note that TVs will specify which HDMI port is the ARC out port. This is because the HDMI ARC (and eARC) standard requires a specialised HDMI ARC out port. You cannot connect just any HDMI device. If you want to listen to your BluRay player via HDMI, you will need an ARC out port. The easiest and fastest way to do this is plug the BluRay Player into your TV and your tv ARC out to the NODE ARC in

  • gareth davies

    Even though the HDMI port is a dedicated audio only port?

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  • gareth davies

    Ok. I can do this but can please answer me this 

    I want to use my Bluray player as a transport for cd's Sacd's and DVD audio disks. If i run through my my TV first will i get the best quality possible? My BD player only has a coax out so i cant connect it anyother way as my node doesnt have coax in 

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  • Yes, you should get a full pass-through - check your TV settings. A more practical solution for you may be a COAX SPDIF to 3.5mm cable. Your authorised Bluesound Dealer can help you with this. You can also purchase online from most sources. This cable will be about $20US for a quality cable.

    Connect the COAX end to your Blu-Ray Player and the 3.5mm end to the NODE Digital In.

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  • gareth davies

    And the spdif will be able to carry the full fat hi res from sacd to the blue sound ? 

     

    Thanks for the replying 

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  • gareth davies

    That doesn't work. £20 wasted.
    😭

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