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# 41047 8-Sep-2009 18:43
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Hi All,

I seem to have lost the Dolby Digital audio stream on DVB-T TV3. I can select the DD audio stream on my STB (Vantage HD6000T/NZ f/w: 2.49T-O) but there is no sound.

Is anyone else having this problem, or is it just me?

FYI: I am in Dunedin

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  # 254129 8-Sep-2009 18:56
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Still working from Waiatarua (Auckland) according to the info bar on the TV..




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  # 254131 8-Sep-2009 19:10
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Working here in Wellington

 
 
 
 




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  # 254134 8-Sep-2009 19:33
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Update:

I have just been watching some pre-recorded material (HD, 5.1) and it has sound when the main program is running, but no sound in the ads.

I think I have mucked around with something on my AV Receiver.

Disregard this post, and my stupidity. Sorry.

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  # 254463 9-Sep-2009 18:11
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dontpanic42: I have just been watching some pre-recorded material (HD, 5.1) and it has sound when the main program is running, but no sound in the ads.

Wish I had no audio in the ads.




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  # 254476 9-Sep-2009 18:36
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cisconz:
dontpanic42: I have just been watching some pre-recorded material (HD, 5.1) and it has sound when the main program is running, but no sound in the ads.

Wish I had no audio in the ads.


Good point.
I just figured out what was wrong. Nothing to do with the Freeview signal, just me being stupid (AVR setting gone wrong). I should have just left it the way it was. Laughing

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