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Optical audio drops out once every 3 minutes?

My TIVO box can start to drop the audio for a second or so every 3 minutes. I can fix this by putting it into standby and then out again, this will stay OK usually until I put the TV into standby / off, then it can restart again once the TV is back on.

I've been through every audio setting on the TIVO, nothing seems to fix this.

I did factory reset the TIVO and then had a full week running without this problem, it has now just started again.

The TV doesn't do this with my PS3 or Kodi, just the TIVO.

Anyone had anything similar?

 

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Re: Optical audio drops out once every 3 minutes?

Hi Andyml73,

 

Thank you for coming in and posting your comment into the Community Smiley Happy

 

I am sorry to read about the recent audio drpping out, I have been testing the TV services in the home and I can see no issues with the box itself.

 

This is interesting to see as I can see the relationship between audio and other devices are fine, was this problem always here or just recently?

 

Keep in touch.

 

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Re: Optical audio drops out once every 3 minutes?

Hi,

the problem has always been present on since I have switched audio to optical. As I said though it is intermittent though if the TIVO is restarted it will pretty much remain ok for the duration of that session.

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Re: Optical audio drops out once every 3 minutes?

Hi Andyml73,

 

Thank you for coming in and posting your message back to me. I would like to ask what Dobly settings you have and whether changing these to PCM or 5.1 has any effect on this?

 

Keep in touch and thank you so far for you messages.

 

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