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Old 05-02-2010, 05:00 AM   #1  
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Exclamation Sound loss with new Panasonic G10

Hi guys, I have a Panasonic 50" G10 that I got on Black Friday and I've been having a problem lately.

When you turn the tv on in the morning, there is no sound. There is video, but that's it. I unplug the hdmi cable from the back of the tv and plug it back in, and it fixes the problem.

I have tried a different hdmi input on the tv, and a brand new cord, and still the same problem. It also has the latest software update, as of Friday.

I have a xbox 360 and haven't seen the problem happen on that yet, but the majority of the time we use dish in the morning, or when we turn it on.
Just now, the kids were watching something on the dvr, and it happened right in the middle of watching it.
I have dish network dvr (722 I think). I'm really hoping that it's the dvr.

What do you guys think it may be?
Thanks in advance!

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Old 05-02-2010, 07:49 AM   #2  
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I answered your question in your other post.
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Make sure the TV is the first device turned on and the active input is changed to the device you are unsing BEFORE turning on that source device. Many cable boxes do not properly handle the HDCP (copy protection) built into the HDMI specs. SO on those you need to either make sure you turn them on in that order or simply use component for the cable box connection to the TV.
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This is EXACTLY the problem I have been having... weird... I've found that mine works best when I turn on my A/V receiver before turning on the TV.

Hmmm.... also... doesn't affect my Xbox, but does affect sound coming from my DVR and from my PC.

Hmmmm....
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