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I have a sony CX-960 hooked up to a gefen 1:3 hdmi 1.3 splitter. Both feeds go to 2 Yamaha RXA800's; one in the gym and one in the office. Both setups are 5.1 surround sound and 1080P. the office is connected through and hdmi over cat 6 extender and the gym through a 20 foot hdmi cable with a repeater. When hooked up individually the picture and sound work perfectly, when hooked up through the splitter, the volume is noticeable lower than when hooked up directly to the sony cx960, however it is outputting 5.1.

The splitter is using the internal EDID function which sets the quality that is outputted.

Any thoughts on what is wrong?
 

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Don't see how the splitter can directly affect the audio volume since the audio signal is carried with the video signal. It could be that the splitter causes a change in the type of audio signal being output (such as stereo versus 5.1) and that may cause a change in the apparent volume level.
 
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