Question about Harman Kardon AVR 130 Receiver
If you're processing digital audio into the reciver via the TV instead of directly from the source it REALLY originates in (Cable, for example), you are wasting good expensive optical cable and introducing opportunities for digital data problems. I always run the BEST audio and the BEST video directly from their prinmary sources to the BEST electronics that can handle each one. That means they take entitrely different electronic routes from their origins to my eyes and ears.
You need to evaluate what might be happening to the audio on its way (unnecessarily) through the TV to the receiver.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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