Originally Posted by Gazzerb
Not sure how to update it, memory stick is it?
Be very careful when doing a firmware flash as if it goes wrong your AVR will become inoperable and is unrecoverable. If you read over the posts regarding the firmware update and make sure you have everything ready, then you should be fine. Many folks (including me) have done this update without issue.
Originally Posted by bp_21
Hey guys. I am running Directtv and a Samsung Blu-Ray through HDMI into my 1019. I have had this unit for over a year and it has been working great until today.
When playing a standard definition program on Directtv or when playing Netflix over the Samsung, there is no sound, except for a few crackles every so often. When I play an HD program, the is sound is fine. In addition the radio tuner works fine as well. I have never had this problem before today.
Is there a mode I accidentally set to cause this? Or is my unit not working properly?
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
For each source, what setting is the Input Signal (i.e., "Signal Sel") on? To check, click the "Receiver" button on the bottom of the remote and then one click on the "Signal Sel" button which is also the number "4" button. Available settings are "Auto", "Analog", "Digital", "HDMI", and "PCM". Try switching to one of the other Input Signals to get your audio back.
Originally Posted by kezug
Today, all of a sudden, when watching Comcast Cable via digital audio (as always), anytime I adjust the volume, there is a short pause in audio, the the adjusted audio comes through. This is very annoying.
I reseated the digital audio cable, powered down the devices and restarted...no change!
Has anyone had this issue before?
I have Time Warner and do not experience this when adjusting the volume. May be an issue specific to that service. Maybe post in the Comcast forum thread and see if others are also experiencing this.