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Thread: Losing Audio on Hopper
10-10-2012 01:28 PM #13
Well rather then rebooting the hopper 1st cycle through your tv inputs (switch to HDMI2 then back to HDMI1) or which ever one the hopper is connected to and if sound returns the issue is possibly with the tv not decoding the audio properly when hooked up via HDMI...
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10-10-2012 01:46 PM #14<- Yeah. I feed that.
I have no audio at all on my Hopper when first powering up from standby. Changing channels restores the audio.
Oddly, this didn't start when S222 was first downloaded. It only started a week or so ago. (But, it was happening on an earlier SW version. I forget which one.)FYI:
-It's "couldn't care less", not "could care less".
-It's "would've", "should've", and "could've", not "would of", "should of", and "could of".
-It's "voila!", not "walla!" (That's right. You've been speaking French all this time.)
-The first word in each sentence should be capitalized.
-A period goes at the end of each sentence.
-Commas are also a good idea, on occasion.
10-10-2012 03:22 PM #15
Hopefully S223 will have a patch for that.
10-10-2012 08:07 PM #16
My audio issues started with the download of S222. When coming out of standby my audio receiver is outputting 2 channel only, I have to change the channel on my Hopper to get it to revert to Dolby Digital. This is a minor issue to me but my wife gets a little torqued when the volume is so loud when turning the system on. I hope S223 resolves this issue for my wife's sake.
10-11-2012 12:40 PM #17