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Old 09-16-2018, 03:43 PM   #1
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I've got my Blu-ray player hooked up to an Onkyo stereo receiver. Everything was working fine until last night when I tried to watch some of the extras on my copy of Adrift and there was no sound. The film played just fine. Tried other discs and it was the exact same problem - no audio signal for any of the extras. Anyone know why this is happening?
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How is your player connected to the Onkyo?
Can you post your player model?
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How is your player connected to the Onkyo?
Can you post your player model?
TX-8050. I've got a basic setup: HDMI connected to the TV. Nothing going into the receiver so it's BD player to TV. I've never had a problem.
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TX-8050. I've got a basic setup: HDMI connected to the TV. Nothing going into the receiver so it's BD player to TV. I've never had a problem.
How are you connected to the receiver? Digital Coaxial/Optical from the TV?
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How are you connected to the receiver? Digital Coaxial/Optical from the TV?
You're saying two different things. In your first post you say that you're blu-ray is connected to an Onyko receiver. Then you say your blu-ray player is connected directly to your TV.
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You're saying two different things. In your first post you say that you're blu-ray is connected to an Onyko receiver. Then you say your blu-ray player is connected directly to your TV.
Right, I've perceived his post the same way, unless the OP left out some information.
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I've got my Blu-ray player hooked up to an Onkyo stereo receiver. Everything was working fine until last night when I tried to watch some of the extras on my copy of Adrift and there was no sound. The film played just fine. Tried other discs and it was the exact same problem - no audio signal for any of the extras. Anyone know why this is happening?
Is anything connected to your receiver or not because, you've stated that the Blu-ray player is connected to your TV. If there is nothing connected to your receiver from the blu-ray player, you won't get any audio from the receiver at all. You will get audio only from your TV.
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Is anything connected to your receiver or not because, you've stated that the Blu-ray player is connected to your TV. If there is nothing connected to your receiver from the blu-ray player, you won't get any audio from the receiver at all. You will get audio only from your TV.
Sorry about the confusion, guys - got a lot going on these past few days. So my BD player is connected to the TV via an HDMI cable. I'm running an optical cable from the TV to the receiver. No audio when I play the extras but the film itself plays fine. Could it be a setting on the TV I somehow changed inadvertently?
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Sorry about the confusion, guys - got a lot going on these past few days. So my BD player is connected to the TV via an HDMI cable. I'm running an optical cable from the TV to the receiver. No audio when I play the extras but the film itself plays fine. Could it be a setting on the TV I somehow changed inadvertently?
Do you get any audio from the TV, when you're playing the extra features?
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Do you get any audio from the TV, when you're playing the extra features?
I'll have to double check when I get home tonight but, yes, I believe I do get sound through the TV's speakers. Why would this be and why is this occurring now all of a sudden?
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I'll have to double check when I get home tonight but, yes, I believe I do get sound through the TV's speakers. Why would this be and why is this occurring now all of a sudden?
Have you checked your optical cable connections from the TV to the receiver? Maybe one of the connectors has pulled out either from the TV or the receiver. If the optical cable is too short in length and doesn't have enough slack between its components, it will pull and become disconnected from the port.
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You're saying two different things. In your first post you say that you're blu-ray is connected to an Onyko receiver. Then you say your blu-ray player is connected directly to your TV.
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Right, I've perceived his post the same way, unless the OP left out some information.
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Is anything connected to your receiver or not because, you've stated that the Blu-ray player is connected to your TV. If there is nothing connected to your receiver from the blu-ray player, you won't get any audio from the receiver at all. You will get audio only from your TV.
I'd assumed that the OP had forgot to mention how they were connected to the receiver! Obviously if they're not connected, they will have no sound, but as they mentioned they played the movie fine through the receiver, it was hopefully a safe assumption.
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I'll have to double check when I get home tonight but, yes, I believe I do get sound through the TV's speakers. Why would this be and why is this occurring now all of a sudden?
Can you post your BD player model? it might be worth checking to see what the audio output options are, as well as secondary video audio options.
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