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Tilo

Sound problems 55UJ6309

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Hi,

i have a Pioneer 5.1 receiver connected via HDMI-ARC.  Sound by watching live-TV is ok, Dolby Digital output too.

Watching Netflix or Amazon Dolby Digital output is not working and gets very heavy sound failures. Sound's working only in PCM! That's very poor.....

 

My settings:

Audio output via arc "automatic"

DTV-audio settings "automatic"

firmware 04.70.45

 

 

Any solutions??

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