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Sound switching on when TV turned off


Tony Levy

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My set up is an LG55C8 with a Sonos Beam and two play 1 surround speakers connected to the TV via ARC and HDMI Freesat TV and also connected via HDMI to MAG322 IPTV paid subscription and a new 4K Firestick TV.

I had lip sync issues but found that turning off True motion resolved most of these issues but the firestick is prone to the issue when watching live TV (I know its not live as its over the Internet) however my issue is weird

Whenever I turn the TV off after a few seconds the TV sound comes back on and I have to turn the sound down to zero on the beam, however the same issue happens when I switch from TV to music after a few seconds the music switches off and the TV sound from the last program I was watching then comes on.

Does anybody have any idea’s why this is happening please?

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