have you tried rewinding what you are viewing when this happens? The audio dropouts you are describing sound like out of sync problems. I just hit rewind for a quick second and start from there.
Try hitting the replay button (looks like an arrow in a circle) or pause for a second. There is a bug with audio dropouts when what you are viewing is too close to the incoming stream, it looks to be some kind of block read problem from the stream. If that does not help, you might have anything from a bad connector to a more serious problem.wlong said:I see from this and other boards that I am not the only customer having problems with the HR20 audio. But mine is so bad I can't watch TV at times.
This weekend during a movie on HD Net Movies, the audio was dropping out for 1-2 seconds and it was happening about every 10 seconds for over an hour. This problem occurs on local HD channels and other non-local, non-hd channels. Sometimes the dropouts are frequent and sometimes not so frequent.
I have a service call scheduled for tomorrow but I am afraid to let them install a new receiver because I have had no other issues with performance other than the audio problems. I'd hate to get a new receiver with a load of issues.
I just wish I knew if this is a receiver issue or maybe something to do the LNB's or some other freaky issue.
wmschultz said:have you tried rewinding what you are viewing when this happens? The audio dropouts you are describing sound like out of sync problems. I just hit rewind for a quick second and start from there.