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Topic # 92478 30-Oct-2011 16:30
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Does anyone else have this issue was working fine up until today. I have an external RF modulator on MySky HDi which I run from the composite video and audio RCA sockets it has suddenly lost the audio? it seems to be nothing coming out of the audio RCA sockets at the rear of the Sky decoder. Earlier today I also noticed there was no audio on Nickelodeon at HDMI, changed channel and went back to Nic and audio was fine...not sure if there is a tie-up. Have turned decoder off at the mains and re-booted but still no cigar......any idea’s anyone?





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  Reply # 539309 30-Oct-2011 16:53
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I've also noticed issues with audio today on MySky HDi, I run HDMI into the plasma, then audio from there to amp.  Seems to be switching from stereo to mono or something, I was watching ESPN at the time.
 



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  Reply # 539363 30-Oct-2011 21:26
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848westcoast: I've also noticed issues with audio today on MySky HDi, I run HDMI into the plasma, then audio from there to amp.  Seems to be switching from stereo to mono or something, I was watching ESPN at the time.
 


It looks like my decoder has totally lost the audio from the RCA outputs, not sure if it is a fault with my decoder or a firmware update has caused this?? Can anyone with MySki HDi who is using the RCA audio out confirm the audio has gone?

I will ring Sky tomorrow and see if there is an issue??    





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 546715 18-Nov-2011 01:11
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About a year or so ago my HDi box lost anlog audio out from the TV Scart connector, (which was feeding my HDD/DVD recorder).  Nothing I did could get it back.  Started working again after what was maybe a few months.  I think it may have been a firmware update that went slightly wrong perhaps?

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