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Another HD PPV Issue

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#1 OFFLINE   georgeorwell



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Posted 07 December 2007 - 04:37 PM

OK, after reading here, sure enough the $4.99 idea worked for scheduling a HD PPV showing. This after 2 failed HD PPV schedulings.

However, on my first 2 failed attempts, I was only getting audio out of my front left and right speakers, no center channel. Now that I got a recording to work, I have the same audio problem, no center channel....all audio is only on left and right speakers. This is only on PPV, every other channel and recording work fine. Dolby Digital shows on my receiver, with all surround sound speakers displayed.

Any thoughts?


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#2 OFFLINE   da_nc


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Posted 07 December 2007 - 09:29 PM

The movie is only being broadcast in Dolby Digital 2.0?
There are many broadcasts that are Dolby Digital, but only broadcast 2 channels.
It's been my experience when only 2 channels are used, the display indicates only Front Left/Right channels.

Is the movie advertised as DD 5.1?

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