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Topic # 102553 16-May-2012 21:12
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Hi all,

Pretty sure that others have also had this issue. My Tivo doesn't have sound on one tuner - either on live TV or recorded. 

I brought it from Bond and Bond, do I take it back there or do I have to go through Tivo to get it sorted out?




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  Reply # 626518 16-May-2012 21:16
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Does it never have sound on the second tuner? We sometimes lose sound on the second tuner if it starts recording on the same channel as the first tuner. It could be that the first tuner loses the audio when the second starts recording, I can't quite remember.



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  Reply # 626519 16-May-2012 21:18
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could be that as I only ever record channel 1.

Its a pain in the butt when you go to watch something and there is no sound.




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  Reply # 626724 17-May-2012 10:49
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My wife 'fixes' it by overriding the automatic extension to ensure that the first program stops recording when the second recording starts. It also frees up the second tuner to record an overlapping show on another channel.

You have to remember not to delete the second show until you have watched the end of the first show though.

A real pain that should have been sorted a long time ago.

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