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I loose HDMI Audio lock with latest software - Emotiva 200

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#1 OFFLINE   chriscpmtmp



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Posted 24 November 2013 - 06:37 PM

With the latest software, when I change shows, the audio switches to a a pulsating noise.  I run a short HDMI cable from the hopper to an emotiva UMC-200 pre-pro.  This happens when going from a live show to a DVR show, or even switching between two PIP sources.  It was really a bummer for football today.  My best work around was to hit mute first, then do a PIP switch, then hit the source that is already selected to resync.


Has anyone else had this trouble?  I hope I don't have some weird gear tha is out of spec.

Edited by chriscpmtmp, 25 November 2013 - 12:04 AM.


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Hopper w/ Sling - basement, bedroom, audio feed
video distributed over cat5
audio distributed over Russound

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