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Off-air antenna volume issues

I have recently added an off-air antenna to my system and I'm unable to get volume for any of the channels. The signal runs through a Direct-tv hr10-250 dvr and a jvc a/v receiver to a panasonic monitor through hdmi cables. I have tried dumbing down the connections with component, optical and rca with no luck. Any ideas out there?

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Make sure you have the correct audio settings set on the HR10. Go to messages and setup, settings, audio and play with the different settings and see if you can't get any audio to come on.

If you are able to get a dolby 5.1 audio signal through your receiver on another hd channel, then you should be getting and audio signal on your locals.

If you aren't able to get any dd 5.1 audio on hd channels, then I'd suggest (if you can) bypass the receiver and go directly to your tv (if it has speakers).

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