Switch HDMI pass through audio issues
Anyone having issues since the last update with pass through audio with their receiver? Was working fine March to yesterday, then I updated my switch with new firmware. When I power up the receiver and have my switch on, no problems. When the receiver is in standby though and passing signal thru, the audio is choppy, cutting in and out every second or so.
I tried a few things like restarting switch (not sleep, but off/on), switching the hdmi cable, changing the receiver hdmi input, plugging into tv directly, playing switch in handheld mode, turning off hdcp etc and I only have the issue when the receiver is in standby mode. Not an issue for other devices plugged into receiver (ps4, bluray player etc). Fortunately, it works fine when the receiver is powered on, but as I often play late at night and don't want to bug apartment neighbors, I liked using pass thru and my tv speakers and was able to do so up to last night.
Just curious if anyone else is experiencing/has an idea how to fix. Thanks for your replies!
In case anyone experiences a similar issue, looks like I'm not the only one. Hopefully a fix is released soon.
Just tested it out to make sure I'm ready for Mario at the end of the week, HDMI seems to be working fine in both my living room (docked to an old Denon receiver connected to my projector) and bedroom (docked directly to my Samsung TV). But yeah I've seen a bunch of posts here and elsewhere with similar issues, so clearly 4.0 is doing something weird.
4.0.1 out yesterday is supposed to fix HDMI issues:
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