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Master Geek
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# 210306 22-Mar-2017 00:43
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Hi All

 

A silly issue, just started catching up with a few shows via TVNZ On Demand, but I get another music source playing over the voice tract....seems two tracks playing.

 

I have been through task manager looking for other services Spotify and killed them off but cannot seem to stop the instrumental soundtrack teat all but drowns out the show.  Suspect it is my Win7 pro desktop and not TVNZ On Demand.

 

As soon as I start the play the show there is a music sound track and the shows audio is faint. SDtops when I pause the show.  Does not trigger on You Tube videos.

 

Looking for suggestions to identify and correct.

 

Cheers

 

 


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  # 1745502 22-Mar-2017 00:52
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OK tries a TV# on demand show and same issue. Confirms it is related to my default playing software.

 

 


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  # 1745531 22-Mar-2017 07:44
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Could it be an ad trying to play?

 
 
 
 




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  # 1746402 23-Mar-2017 13:35
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Don't think so.....seems to be instrumentals and they run for the entire soundtrack of the show.  Stop and start with the video feed.  Ads are OK, tried on a Win7 laptop (via laptop speakers)and it was still there but not as pronounced so it appears it is the background soundtrack for the show (Blindspot)...suspect my USB headset may be playing up so will look to swap this out.....overdue for a new headset anyway.

 

 




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  # 1750288 29-Mar-2017 16:57
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Solved - replaced my headset and all  good now.


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