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Topic # 223344 25-Sep-2017 08:10
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Hi all,

 

Quick question if anyone else is experiencing issues with Skygo having no audio on windows based computers?

 

It seems OK on mobile devices, just not the computer I have attached to my TV / amp. I've tried multiple different browsers with the same effect. All other audio works fine - netflix, youtube, games etc.

 

Thanks,

 

Scott.


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  Reply # 1875328 1-Oct-2017 01:10
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What audio output device are you using? As if it is coaxial or optical it might be a stupid DRM restriction. Try an analogue output device and if that works then it probably is DRM.






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  Reply # 1876074 2-Oct-2017 13:06
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Are you trying on a Mac or a PC?

 

 

 

If you're on a Mac, make sure you select to send the audio to the TV BEFORE you start playback. Trying to change it over during playback doesn't tend to work. I expect the same thing thing applies to Windows PC's.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1879361 8-Oct-2017 13:13
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Having this exact issue now. No sound. I know it works cause it was 1 hour ago. Always have issues with sky go. Such a crap site.

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  Reply # 1879457 8-Oct-2017 16:51
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Been running fine here all day streaming Bathurst. Using Win 10 and Internet Explorer (Chrome and Edge didnt want to work) on a HP Folio 13.

 

 





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