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Echo sound of my tv when my receiver is on

Discussion in 'Do It Yourself (Not Computer-Related)' started by Serge2012, Jan 14, 2020.

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  1. Serge2012

    Serge2012 Thread Starter

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    Hi,


    I have a Samsung UHD tv series 8 and a Pioneer receiver VSX-934. when I turn on the receiver I get the echo of the sound of the speakers from the tv. I'd like to get the sound of the tv when the receiver is off and switch to the sound from the receiver when I turn it on. Thanks for your help.


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    Check your TV's audio settings to see if there is an option to mute the internal speakers when outputting external audio. Unless you are using an HDMI ARC connection to feed audio from the TV to the receiver -AND- the TV can use that connection to sense if the receiver is turned on to switch from the internal speakers, you will probably need to manually switch the TV between internal speakers and the Pioneer receiver.
     
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