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Hoping the brain trust can help. I have a Samsung Smart Tv only 4 months old. I’m trying to connect my 2 channel H-Fi for audio using the optical out (via a DAC). It’s working great on digital TV but when I switch to a streaming app I get terrible noise that almost blows my speakers. The digital output is set to PMC and the TV updates are up to date. Im at a loss as to why the signal is changing so much from the same source. I need help with ideas to fix it. I tried calling Samsung and the help tech told me it’s because you must connect the optical input cable direct to your anal
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Hi Guys , I am using a vintage Rotel integrated amplifier to power by stereo speakers and noticed that one channel is 10db louder than the other. Is that because of the amplifier is old? Using the same speaker cables on left and right speakers. Connected via mobile using the RCA cable. Attached the measurements using the db meter. It's approximate only. Thanks
Current Setup is an LG smart TV, HDMI out into my Yamaha AV receiver. I watch & listen to my content through the apple tv or chromecast, both of which are hooked into the receiver. If I want to access apps through the TV, so the native Netflix app on the TV for instance, I get no sound - what's the easiest solution? Should add, the toslink optical input is being used on the receiver from my Google Audio Chromecast.