Join Date: Feb 2018
Location: Central Sierra Nevada
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I have had a strange audio problem recently and am wondering if anyone else has seen it or has a clue how to fix it.
What happens with both my Panasonic 820 Blue-ray player or my Apple TV 4K as a source, is that I'll hit pause for one reason or another and when I go to resume, the video plays, but there is no sound.
The front display on the AVM 60 suggests it is not muted and use of neither the mute button or the volume control brings back the sound.
What I have had to do now the several times it has happened is to select Setup on the AVM 60 and go to Speaker Level Calibrations and after I turn on the test tone, I get sound from the various channels. When I then return to the programming and resume, the sound is there. Since it has happened now with both the DVD player and the ATV 4K, I presume that it is the AVM 60 that is having trouble decoding the sound.
I am having a group over for a Movie Matinee tomorrow and would like a way to avoid this issue, or at least fix it in a less obtrusive manner.
SONY VPL-VW385ES, Da-Lite 92" 0.9 HD progressive 16x9 screen, Apple TV 4K, HDFury Integral 2, Oppo UDP 203, Panasonic DP-UB820, Anthem AVM 60, D-Sonic 4000 (800x3, 400x4) for bed layer, 2 Crown XLS 1002 (225x4) for Atmos; Speakers: Polk LSiM 705s, 703 front, 4 702F/X surround, 4 Polk TL3 (Atmos), Dual Velodyne DD15 Subwoofers.