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I have  a UK6090PUA 55" SmartTV. All firmware and  WebOS software and is up to date.

I have connected a Roku 2 and LG BP-M25 Bluray/DVD player to HDMI ports 1 and 2.

I get an audio pop whenever content play starts on both the Roku and DVD player.

If I use the WebOS apps there is no pop. First inkling is that the HDMI connection is the issue. 

Has anyone experienced this and is there a fix?

Honestly I like the Roku streaming apps better than the internal apps. Playback is smoother. While using the internal WebOS Hulu or Prime Video apps I catch an occasional stutter.

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