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Topic # 31875 2-Apr-2009 16:14
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Hey guys,

I've just installed the HVR-3000 on an XP based system.. using dvb-viewer, i am able to recieve all terrestrial and satelite channels, however, with satellite, i get no sound?
The pictures from the satelite look superb, but can't figure out why there's no sound?

i don't think it's a codec issue or a sound card issue as i'm able to get great sound from a terrestrial setup nicely and am able to playback all multimedia just fine through the sound card..

i have the divx7 codec insalled, as well as ac3filter and of course powerdvd9..

does anyone know what i need to do to get sound working from the dvb-s tuner?

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  Reply # 204955 2-Apr-2009 18:04
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Sound should just be a standard mpeg2 decoder.  Try getting MPA Decoder (google it, you should be able to get from freecodecs.com or something like that).




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