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My LG 55" LV9500 loses sound when switching from a standard def (480p) channel to a high def (720p or 1080p) channel. Then if I switch it back to SD the sound will come back. Yet EVERY time I want to watch a channel in HD I have to either turn my tv off and on again or go into my output resolution settings and uncheck 720p/1080p then recheck it again (even though it's already set to automatic). Is it the hdmi cable? The tv? The cable box? Any help would be greatly appreciated as it's driving me insane!

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I have the same set, same problem with one of my MOTOROLA boxes, but not with another. I have a SONY TV that works fine with this new MOTO box, but the new VIZIO does not. The audio is coming through the HDMI cable just fine, and the fact that it works when you cycle power on your TV means it's the SYNC between the TV and the BOX. I have the identical problem and am taking back the MOTO box for another one. I spoke to VIZIO for about 45 minutes trying different things. They think it's the MOTOROLA box, COX (my cable company) thinks it's this particular box, who knows.

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