Panasonic DMP-BDT500: HDMI Audio versus Analogue outputs?
I am looking to upgrade my Panasonic DMP-BDT110 (a free bundle that goes to my daughter) to the new Panasonic flagship BDT500.
The main question is if I will hear a noticable difference by investing in Audio Analogue outputs to my Oknyo 609, rather than continue with a simple HDMI connection? Or is it a case of only higher-end AVR and speakers that would benefit from this (see my kit below)?
I don't really want to invest in yet more cables unless I would hear a noticable difference.
I am assuming that the claims by Panasonic for a higher grade sound relate to the analogue connections, the 'High Clarity Sound Plus' notwithstanding (that is also available on the cheaper BDT310)?