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My sound cuts out when in cable mode but not DVD mode.

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  • Rbraun Nov 04, 2012

    From the cable box there is an HDMI cable running to the receiver.

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    SD Tech Nov 05, 2012

    HDMI is well known for having and being the cause of audio issues.

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Not likely a audio problem in the set----how and where is the cable connected to the set? Is a box being used?

Posted on Oct 30, 2012

  • Rbraun Nov 04, 2012

    An HDMI cable is running from the cable box to the receiver.

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