Sound cuts out when sound quality input changes on my rxv1700
Your HDMI version software and hardware will not work with todays version. The current version 1.3b is what works correctly (so far) IT can be upgraded to todays specs however, it's a preicey task for minimal gain if you are viewing any TV smaller than 50". The human eye cannot see the difference between 720p and 1080p on any TV 50 or smaller. That being said, if your TV has multiple HDMI ports, you can sidetrack this issue by connecting directly from the source, ie DVD, BLURAY, etc. then use optical or coaxial digital coaxial to the receiver. I know it's not the best news!! don't Blame Yamaha! it's been the recording industry and copyright protection issues that have overloaded product with "anti-piracy" software to the point you can't view it!. All receivers prior to 09' have multiple HDMI issues. Also, try setting your receiver to "Auto" in audio and running an analog RCA from the source to the receiver as well as HDMI, it may help, however, analog is much louder than digital, and I'm not sure if you can "offset" the volume level for analog in that receiver's settings. So, when you go to a commercial it could be unbearably more annoying than not listening to the commercial at all! Hope this helps.
Aug 15, 2009 |
Audio Players & Recorders