Thanks for any advice.
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I have a Yamaha RXV661 and I replaced my PS3 with the PS4. I don't see the issue you are describing. I would suggest replacing the HDMI cable but since it seems to be working when connected to the TV we can probably skip that. It might be a handshake issue. Make sure the AVR is on first before the PS4 turns on and see if that helps at all. If not it might be the PS4.
Edited by eclipz - 11/26/13
Thank you for your reply, I've turned the AVR on first, and now everything works fine. I've been playing Killzone Shadowfall with no problems.
it depends of the game!!! i heard killzone working correctly....few game dont have center speaking for no reasons...and glitch sound (only on 2k14 for the moment i notified)
thats a problem ON ALL PS4, sony knows it.
and apparently with bitstream (straight dolby digital or dts through your amp) killzone has some sound issues as well, specially with the center channel.
dont misunderstood dobly prologic 2 from a 2.0 source with dolby digital 5.1 or dts 5.1 (for these formats you need to use bitstream on ps4 like ps3) and clearly there are issues about glitchs and center speaker for certain games, not EVERY GAMES!
for exemple EA sports games seem to work perfectly.
I have a Yamaha RX-V473. When I turned on my PS4 today there was a terrible hissing static sound coming from my speakers. I disconnected my ps4 hdmi cable and hooked it up straight to the tv and the sound was perfect no hissing or static sound. I then plugged the hdmi cable back into my receiver and the static hissing sound was back. I went into the PS4 audio settings and changed the Audio Format to Bitstream Dolby and the hissing static sound disappeared. I also changed the format to Bitstream DTS and there was no hissing sound or static sound.. Any Ideas????? It worked gray for months and then all of a sudden today I hear this terrible sound.
Unless you have some $10k speakers and fancy DAC / opamp.
Just set it to LPCM and to travel over your 21st century HDMI cable (versus your 1980s option)
Seriously, LPCM is UNCOMPRESSED audio.
If they put READY-TO-PLAY-UNCOMPRESSED audio in the menu option, people would pick it.
They see the word "bit stream" and think its somehow better.
Bitstream is only when you want to play some new Dolby UberNewFormat, that your new AVR can decrypt.
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