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Sound is working only in mode PURE DIRECT

I was listening to a movie (DVD) .
Before the end, sound when off.
I can see the video and I can have sound in PURE DIRECT only.
Stereo, DTS, Dolby, etc. don't work anymore.
I change nothing over the last year....

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TRY PUTTING DVD PLAYERINTO ANOTHER DIGITAL IN PUT, ALSO CHECK DVD OUT PUT IS STILL BITSTREAM.
IFF YOU STILL HAVE A PROBLEM CHANGE THE CABLE,AND IFF IT STILL FAILS 2 WORK TAKE AMP 2 YOUR DEALER.

HOPE THIS HELPS.

CABLE GUY.

Posted on May 20, 2008

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