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  Reply # 1927113 30-Dec-2017 19:47
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you will likely need to change the tv's speaker setup to home theatre as opposed to tv speakers.




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  Reply # 1927125 30-Dec-2017 20:06
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yes done that, it even shows a bar jumping up and down sending the sound to "HDMI(Receiver)"


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  Reply # 1927126 30-Dec-2017 20:16
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do you have the reciever on the right input for the TV?

 

our one at work is audio1 not any of the HDMI's




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  Reply # 1927127 30-Dec-2017 20:16
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Ok my bad, the TV also has a dedicated ARC HDMI socket, swapped to that one and now there is sound.

 

My apologies


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  Reply # 1927131 30-Dec-2017 20:24
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Batman:

Ok my bad, the TV also has a dedicated ARC HDMI socket, swapped to that one and now there is sound.


My apologies



Late to this, but yeah only some inputs do ARC, and maybe only some do 4K HDR too from memory 🤔

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