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Hi, I have a Panasonic Blu-Ray Suround System with a Satellite HD box plugged into via optical. On normall channels the surround sound works fine, but when I switch to a HD Channel I get no sound. Any ideas?

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Check your sound settings on the satellite box, they might be set to output only to hdmi on hd, or the stereo/surround settings are messed up. If not giving a call to your sat tv provider might help because if it is a common problem they will know about it, and don't forget to do a full restart of the devices, this has worked wonders for me.

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