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Sony Receiver STR-V444ES and Blueray

Uable to get the Sony to recongize the coaxal or fiber digtal sound out of my new Panasonic 108I Blueray disk player.

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You might have to go into the players setup and select the output and audio stream options. If it is set for PCM only it will not receive the Dolby or DTS signals if you selected them in the DVDs audio selection menu. There may also be a signal select in the Sony receiver to assign the digital inputs to selected units.

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Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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Ours started doing this also now up to 20 min of clicking before it turns on.  My thought is that it is a bad power supply since once its on it works fine.

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