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ilovemusic

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#133798 2-Nov-2013 20:31
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it's been about a week now of sound lagging way behind the picture.

grrrrrrrrrrrr

anyone else notice it ?

seems to be limited to my draco stb.

the zinwell and tivo are fine

hmmm

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  #926398 2-Nov-2013 21:01
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Tried a retune of the set top box?

There's been known issues with Prime on a Freeview which should now be resolved...




 

 

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  #926496 3-Nov-2013 11:12
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retune did nothing to prime but did re-number the media works channels in a more logical manner.

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  #926945 4-Nov-2013 12:41
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Today I have also noticed Prime to have very distorted audio with loud static.
I have retuned my Sony W900A, Sony TV in bedroom (small internal aerial) and my 3 tuners in my PC - running Media Center, all with the same result. It was fine last week. All other channels are fine.
I wonder what's going on?



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  #926955 4-Nov-2013 13:05
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Rikiwi: Today I have also noticed Prime to have very distorted audio with loud static.
I have retuned my Sony W900A, Sony TV in bedroom (small internal aerial) and my 3 tuners in my PC - running Media Center, all with the same result. It was fine last week. All other channels are fine.
I wonder what's going on?

Nothing wrong with their sound here in Auckland on my PC.

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  #926956 4-Nov-2013 13:08
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Prime fine here at Papamoa




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  #926974 4-Nov-2013 13:23
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I forgot to say - I'm in Palmy.
I'll talk to my mate who lives down the road and see if he's having same problem.

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  #927011 4-Nov-2013 14:08
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This is weird -
Ran another re-tune of Media Center and Prime sound is back. I checked the bedroom and the lounge and all OK .
Just the odd drop out (pixilation) with video.
I guess it was a temporary glitch up at Wharite.



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  #927136 4-Nov-2013 18:15
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noticed that early this morning.



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