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#41 OFFLINE   Benhath


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Posted 26 June 2011 - 12:43 AM

Well, as it turns out, you're right after all. However my dropouts occur only with the HDMI audio output, and with the 622 set for PCM AND Dolby. Optical is fine. As a matter of fact, when it gets really bad, I mute the TV (HDMI) and use the stereo/surround system. Switching the 622 to PCM results in no dropouts, but then there is no surround sound, either. "Audio Leveling" has no effect, just locks it in RF mode. Usually I can restore full HDMI audio by pausing and resuming (or some other action), sometimes not. Sometimes resuming from an unrelated pause results in no HDMI audio, or intermittent audio..

I have two 622s - One is connected via HDMI the other via Component/R-L Audio. Both have the audio dropout problem. Both have now updated to L6.35 - both still have the dropout issue. Just thought I'd mention it...

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