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post #3151 of 3155 Old 07-31-2017, 04:37 AM
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No audio?

I have a Yamaha RX-A2010 had for 2 years worked great now it seems it wants to act up. If I turn the AVR off and leave it off several hours and then turn it back on I get no audio? The video works great. I thought maybe I had cheap HDMI cables so replaced them no change, I also tried removing all HDMI cables to isolate the problem still no luck. I have noticed once I turn it on and leave it on after awhile 20 to 30 minutes the audio will come back and play normal. Is this a problem with the HDMI board and if it is I thought if the HDMI board goes bad it would also effect video as well? My other question if it is the HDMI Board how do I get another one?
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This is just a guess. Perhaps as the components warm up, there's a tiny bit of expansion that occurs to make an electrical connection. If so, could be you have a bad solder joint somewhere and it might be relatively inexpensive to have repaired.
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I took it in to get it checked I am hoping for the cheap fix?? To play it safe I did buy another AVR and this one has Atmos!!

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I took it in to get it checked I am hoping for the cheap fix?? To play it safe I did buy another AVR and this one has Atmos!!
We think alike. Sounds like something I would do.

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Its is kind of dumb. One reason for getting a different AVR was Dolby Atmos and I thought if this is going to cost a lot instead of putting money into the Yamaha RX-A2010 I got the Integra 40.6 a newer model and it has Atmos!! Granted its only a 7.2 vs the 2010 is a 9.2 but with my system the rear height you can barely hear any way. By not having them hooked up I am only losing 280w total system power is pushing the 40K mark

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