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I'll jump in on your thread, because I have a similar problem with HDMI.
Connected my Dish network Sat box to JVC 61Z886 HDTV with DVI-HDMI cable. Tried two different audio cables and the sound still cuts out for a fraction of a second, about every 10 seconds.
I haven't had the time to try other solutions, but glad to know I'm not the only one having the problem.
Randy Bates I'm using a Sony DHG-HDD250 DVR attached via HDMI cable to a Yamaha HTR5990 AV receiver, which is in turn attached to a Panasonic TH-42PX50U plasma TV with another HDMI cable.
I find the audio issue happens when the unit gets hot and disappears after allowing it to cool down.
Another odd issue with HDMI - I get very little bass effects when playing DVD's through the HDMI cable when I compare it to the Coaxial Digital Cable - the sound is night and day.
Sometimes every 2 mins or so, sometimes it will go like 20 mins and then do it. With the plasma, you can force it to use the analog audio source with HDMI rather than the digital audio carried on the HDMI cable.
The drop out occurs on both TV sound and receiver sound.
Within a minute or two of watching the Matrix, I heard the plasma speakers cut out but I heard the TV speakers still playing.
Unfortunately, my conclusion is the Panasonic plasma is at fault.
Failing that, I'm going to return the plasma and get a different one.
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