It's not as simple as having a receiver with HDMI inputs and outputs.
You must be aware of something first and this has been point out many times over.
There are two different types of HDMI on receiver's
No repeated handshakes of the HDCP codes. Will only allow video to pass through and requires a separate audio connection.
Repeats the the handshakes of the HDCP codes and allows both video and audio to pass through.
- Note future updates of the HDCP code may require a firmware update or a device that support the change.
So if the receiver has HDMI Passthrough you will have to use a optical or coaxial connection between the Blu-ray player and/or digital box to the receiver for the audio portion.