DavidCole wrote:.. … All your directions are for the reverse of the issue I am describing…...
DavidCole wrote:Apparently you can not read, as your fix seems to be related to Dobly Digital. I have no, again no, zero, zip, zelch, issues with the DD process of the signal from the Roku. The issue is stereo. The setting you pointed out is for audio is and has been set on RAW and PCM, but default was PCM and was only changed to RAW once just to test whether that would have any effect. All your directions are for the reverse of the issue I am describing.
Just to reiterate from my original post:
"Audio only played as it should when the player was output Dobly Digital 5.1 quality. "
Why if my audio only works with DD 5.1 would i change my settings over to stereo, when i wrote my issue only exists on those settings?
DavidCole wrote:Yep, tried that, it completely disables your Netflix ability to broadcast or even give you the option to choose Surround Sound as and option. The audio as a result is still played at half speed.
@__5 I have literally made every change on all possible settings and combinations there in. The "process" you have asked me to do, I have done already and still the audio is messed up. And no grabbled or clipping or making a fuzzy sound at high volume. The audio is actually playing at half speed or some slower speed less than real time.
DavidCole wrote:So my question, who has experienced this and what's the solution. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.
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