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Audio issues uverse

The audio from my uverse dvr (not live, only recorded content) fluctuates very regularly. It will go from load to very very quiet in a smooth progression at random intervals but very regularly.

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Is this a wireless receiver you're watching the DVR though or straight from the DVR unit? If wireless--it could be your network... if you have other boxes that work fine.. its a box issue... call AT&T.

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