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Audio cut-out on Dish music channels

Discussion in 'General DISH™ Discussion' started by Lwrinkle1, Jul 28, 2013.

  1. Lwrinkle1

    Lwrinkle1 New Member

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    Anybody out there experiencing intermittent audio cut-out on Dish music channels?
     
  2. phrelin

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    Yes. After it starts I've never been able to resolve it. But it goes away and only recurs intermittently.
     
  3. sregener

    sregener Godfather

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    I noticed this for the first time on Saturday. Never had an issue before. Using the original Hopper, HDMI audio connection direct to receiver.
     
  4. Paul Secic

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    It comes & gores
     
  5. tampa8

    tampa8 Godfather/Supporter

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    VIP receiver, 60's, 70's Hits 1 and 20 on 20 no cut outs at all.
     
  6. visionman

    visionman New Member

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    Yup, had the same problem Friday night while entertaining by the fireplace. Very annoying. Finally gave up and switched to FM radio (by request).
     
  7. Michael P

    Michael P Hall Of Fame

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    If any of the channels were Sirius/XM, then it might have been a problem at their end. Last week I had lots of dropouts on the car receiver (Sirius / SYNC). The problem cleared up around Saturday. I did not compare the channels to the Dish versions (although I had in the past, the bit-rate in the car receiver must be lower than Dish).
     

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