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post #1 of 4 Old 02-16-2013, 10:29 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi,

I bought the Onkyo tx-nr616.
Its working just fine, connected to the xbox, DVD player and cables, all working with HDMI connectors.
few days ago I added the HTPC (Intel i3 HD 4000, Gigabyte H77 on board realtek sound...) basically everything is working as expected but I have this weird problem, as start for a second I miss the HTPC until the receiver realize that sound is passing through.
for example I cant here a short sound like the windows lower right sound volume (near the date...) but a 2 hours movie I hear with no problems.


Someone knows about this issue? its relegated to the receiver or the HTPC?

Thanks!
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someone?
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Can you hear any other wav files? Maybe your windows sound settings are messed up.
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no way, working with regular speaker connected to sound output of the computer is working perfectly.
I think its related to the HDMI.
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