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Dynex DX-LCD37 Audio with HDMI

I've connected this TV from HD DVR box with HDMI and get no audio. I've added the RCA plug component audio with the HDMI hookup and still no audio. If I use S Cable and RCA component it works. Any suggestions with just the HDMI Cable because I hope for the best pic and sound I can get.
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  • Gary W Jun 06, 2008

    Something I did not mention. I'm using a HDMI switch box because I also have a BluRay running to the TV. The BluRay runs to the switch box which runs to the TV and no problem with the audio from the BluRay. The TV is connected just like the BluRay and I've changed their plug positions in the switch box with no changes.

  • Gary W Jun 06, 2008

    I should have said the TV Cable DVR is connected just like the BluRay...

  • Gary W Jun 06, 2008

    Before the BluRay the DVR ran to the TV with the HDMI and no problems. As I said I've switched the cables plug position on the box and the BluRay has audio, the DVR / TV does not. And I've used three different HDMI Cables in all configurations.

  • Gary W Jun 06, 2008

    All Cables have worked plugged into the TV... The TV Connector has and still works. Picture and Sound are perfect from the BluRay into the switch box into the TV from either switch box plug connection... The picture from the DVR into the switch box into the TV is perfect, but no sound at all from both switch box plug connections. What am I missing?

  • Gary W Jun 10, 2008

    Is there any one of the "paid for experts" besides "IrishDruid" that might offer a suggestion besides "probably Faulty?" If you read my posts you'll see with different configurations all works, I'm just trying to figure out the correct configuration to get all to work at the same time...

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Try connecting directly instaed of through the switch box.

Posted on Jun 06, 2008

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    Swilin Sampson Jun 06, 2008

    If that works, then there is an issue with the box. If it still doesnt work, try replacing the HDMI cable.

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    Swilin Sampson Jun 06, 2008

    If the replacement HDMI cable also doesnt work, then the issue is either with the HDMI connector on the TV, or some loose wiring to the HDMI socket on the TV.

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    Swilin Sampson Jun 06, 2008

    The audio component on the HDMI for the DVR is probably faulty.

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    Swilin Sampson Jun 10, 2008

    Hi garpsych,
    Unfortunately, thats the limitation of this this forum, in that we cannot actually physically do anything, except try to diagnose the problem and offer troubleshooting tips.

    It does look as if the audio component of the HDMI on the DVR is faulty, as the switch box and blu-ray seem to work perfectly.

    Also, the DVR works with other connections except with the HDMI..



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