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Pioneer123

ARC and Netflix

Question

Hope someone can help please.

 

I have 79" UHD LG TV which has my Home Theatre amp (Anthem MRX510) connected to HDMI 3 to provide 4K content from my Mac Mini using Plex.

 

I have recently signed up for Netflix and want to use the amp to rebroadcast the sound but when I switched on ARC it just killed the sound altogether. So a few questions first.

 

1. When Netflix is running which HDMI port would the sound come from?

2. Has anyone had any luck making ARC work with other equipment?

3. Would I be better switching to another HDMI channel to run Netflix and have a cable connected from the designated HDMI channel to the 2nd Monitor output of the amp (both outputs support ARC)?

 

Thanks

 

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I also use a LG UHD TV with 55" and I just can only use ARC @ HDMI-Port #2

My Equipment: Onkyo-Receiver - working without fault

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