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If you want Premiere to play the audio you need to set the camera's audio to Dolby.
In the meantime you will have to convert the lpcm files.
I'll keep that in mind for future projects. I just sumbited a bug report, so maybe it will get fixed with a future update. Thanks for your answer.
I'm not sure it's a 'bug' per se. Sony doesn't write the proper header information to the file when using PCM audio, and thus PP has trouble with it. Adobe might implement a work-around, but the underlying fault is with Sony on this one. It's not a bad thing to contact them and suggest they fix their hardware.
Didn't we have this issue raised a few time several months ago related to the NX5 ? I thought that a PPro version 5 update had fixed this.
As far as I can tell the hardware and the headers are fine. As I've mentioned before, it is simply big-endian PCM as per Blu-ray. At the programming level It's trivial easy to identify/play/decode it and should have been very easy for Adobe to fix.
I have an NX5 and the LPCM audio plays fine inside of 5.0.3 on Windows 7.