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I have an Atlona AT-HD-V14 1X4 HDMI Distribution Amplifier hooked up to three TV's, but get no audio out of any of them. I have 100 foot cables with built in amplifiers. When we bench tested this, we used 10 foot cables and we had audio. We have excellent video, just no audio with the 100 foot cables. What do I need to do?

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If you re-install the 10 foot cables do you get sound? If so you may have to use shorter cables.

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Connect with componet cables.


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To listen to the program shown, you would select the amplifier input assciated with the optical, RF or HDMI input that is connected to the source (DVD, BluRay Disk, Set Top TV Tuner, etc.) if connected directly. If the TV HDMI input(s) are used, they are output to the TV optical output and should be connected to the amplifier optical input. The amp input associated with the optical input should be selected to hear the program with theatre-like sound.

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