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Topic # 69142 4-Oct-2010 08:37 Send private message

I've come across a little feature of the T-Box that I'm not sure if its deliberate or not but is a bit of an issue.

It appears that with HD 5.1 programs, the centre channel is not getting mixed into the Left+Right RCA output. These programs then become unwatchable as you can't hear a word of what people are saying.

Does anyone know if there is a setting that needs to be tweaked to get it to work or is it a missing feature/defect? 

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  Reply # 387546 4-Oct-2010 09:04 Send private message

Can you please PM me with your account number and T-Box MAC address and I will fix this for you.

Thanks.

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  Reply # 387548 4-Oct-2010 09:07 Send private message

ZollyMonsta: Can you please PM me with your account number and T-Box MAC address and I will fix this for you.

Thanks.


Just for interests sake and for anyone else that may have the issue is it not just a matter of setting the audio output or it is something that a user cannot fix themselves? 







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  Reply # 387549 4-Oct-2010 09:08 Send private message

ZollyMonsta: Can you please PM me with your account number and T-Box MAC address and I will fix this for you.


Thanks - will do when I get home tonight. I'm going to switch to the optical output at some stage so guess it won't be a problem long term anyhow (I'm assuming that the fix won't disable 5.1 completely? :) )

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  Reply # 387550 4-Oct-2010 09:11 Send private message

No, the fix won't disable the Dolby.. it will fix it.

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  Reply # 387551 4-Oct-2010 09:11 Send private message

Nety:
ZollyMonsta: Can you please PM me with your account number and T-Box MAC address and I will fix this for you.

Thanks.


Just for interests sake and for anyone else that may have the issue is it not just a matter of setting the audio output or it is something that a user cannot fix themselves? 


It's likely it might not be able to be fixed without assistance.  Hence the request for your details to look.

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