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Hannspree HF259H Audio (sound) Problem

I just bought an HF259H for $299 from Best Buy (good deal) and love the "display" but when connected via HDMI the audio does not work right. If I play a song via Windows Media Player the song will play (after the first few milliseconds of warming up) but regular windows sounds are only generated as small 'pops' and 'crackles' It seems that the first few notes of a sound (or song) get the speakers and connection warmed up, and then everything sounds great.

But as we know from using computers all the time many of the sounds we rely on are brief and this does not allow the speakers to fully engage.

Any suggestions/input would be much appreciated.

Phil

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    I have the same problem bought this from best buy returning it tommorow

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Wouldn't it be funny if it was the Windows Media Protection thing with HDMI requiring a compliant digital signature?
Do you have any other HDMI equipment you can try plugging into it like a DVD player to test the audio there and see if it's not just Windows?

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I connected an audio cable from my sound card to the audio unput on the monitor and the monitor plays everything as well as my other speakers connected to my sound card. I have a Diamond multimedia sound card (7.1 setting) By the way, the monitor speakers sound "tinny" if the volume setting on the monitor is too high.

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