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V360 Audio

Does anyone else have an issue where every now and then (but reasonably frequently) you lose a word or part of a word on the sound? At first I thought it might be my sound bar so I disconnected it but it also happens on the audio from the TV. I thought it might be a TV issue but it’s a very new tv and it did not happen with my old boxes. Then I watched the tv on my other box and it happens there so I don’t think it is my tv’s causing the issue. 

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Hi pjw49,

Sorry to see you are having audio problems.

For Sound issues go to Setting > Audio & Video - try setting Dolby Audio to always convert. You can also try different settings such as follow content or disabled

Dave

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Thanks will give it a try

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Think that may have sorted it, I am not aware of any minor blips in sound so thanks for help

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