My receiver does not show "DTS HD Master Audio" in the display, even though the Blu-ray disc should have this format. Instead, it just shows "DTS".
With some Blu-ray discs, you have to go to the Settings Menu of your Blu-ray player and select "Bitstream" or "Bitstream Native". This will carry the DTS HD Master signal to be decoded in the AVR, and the AVR front panel should show the correct text.
Can the AVR 660 / AVR 760 be used for 3D movies?
The 660 and 760 were originally not designed for 3D support. With the latest software update, we expanded the AVR functionality to also support most "normal" 3D setups. Although the 660 and 760 work with the most common 3D setups, there may be certain setups and combinations of products where 3D functionality is not supported. Please note that the sequence in which the chain of components is switched on can make the difference between functioning and non-functioning 3D reproduction. This is due to the handshaking procedure that takes place in the HDMI connections. It often pays off to do a little experimenting with the sequence.
Is it sufficient to put the AVR into standby, before connecting a Source or a TV?
For your personal safety and to avoid possible damage to your equipment and speakers, it is always a good practice to turn off and unplug the AVR and ALL source equipment from the AC output before making any audio or video system connections.
Sometimes when I watch HD or 3D material, I can see white specks or "snow" on the screen. What can I do to avoid this?
Try another HDMI cable, and make sure that it is a high-speed version. This solution usually solves the problem, which is caused by insufficient cable bandwith.