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    Audio optical out

    This is a discussion on Audio optical out within the Sky & Sky+ TV forums, part of the Other Sky help and support category; Hi, has anyone had the problem of the optical out on sky+ continuing to transmit with the box on standby? ...

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      Audio optical out

      Hi, has anyone had the problem of the optical out on sky+ continuing to transmit with the box on standby? Mine is doing this which causes the signal from my DVD optical out to be blocked. I am using a toslink splitter to enable connection of sky and dvd to my amp. Short of disabling the optical out everytime I watch a dvd, any ideas?
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      Re: Audio optical out

      I use the optical o/p and had the same problem. I rebooted the box (into standby,power off at the plug, wait 2 mins and power back up). No problems after that

     

     

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