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Has anyone heard of problems with mitsubishi wd65838 and directv hd receivers using HDMI cables and having audio problems? I've tried 3 different tvs 3 different HDMI cables and 3 different satellite receivers. There is an issue here somewhere.

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  • Patrick McAlexander Sep 13, 2010

    Its only on the audio on the HDMI inputs.

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Are you having Problem with the TVs audio inputs? What?

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    ladywinn Sep 15, 2010

    What is your Model number printed on back of TV?

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