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Onkyo 605 loss of audio on HD channels only

I have an Onkyo 605 that just lost audio only on Directv HD channels (both HD programming and non-HD programs). I can switch to the non HD channels and everything works beautifully. When on the HD channel, the receiver's PCM readout just continues to flash off and on. I believe my kid may have touched something on the remote, but I just can't figure it out. Thanks

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  • Anonymous Apr 27, 2009

    I was able to get back to status quo by hitting the "digital input" button on the receiver to get the correct setting. Thanks

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On your directv box, go to menu, setup, setup again, then audio, then dolby digital on the right and turn it on. assuming you have an optical audio cable from your sat box to your onkyo.

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