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    HDMI out, all rear channels play on front.

    Hey!

    I'm a long time reader of this forum, with very few posts. I've generally been very happy with my TF101.

    I connected the HDMI to my AVR (Its an Onkyo 3300), and through it to a TV. There are no issues in video at all, but I wanted to check the 5.1 surround. The hdmi is connected using a mini HDMI to HDMI Adapter.

    I downloaded a few videos that test 5.1 surround sound, and ran those with MX Player and Dice Player. The front left, center and right channels play as they should, but the rear channels play on the front ones, and there's no sound on the rear channels.

    What could be the reason for this? Has anyone had success with 5.1 surround? Could it be the adapter?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks, Kush.

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    It may be related to the conversion program that you used, check and make sure that it was converted as 5.1 and not stereo.
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    I get full surround plugging directly into my DENON receiver with a rocket fish HDMI-cable, so I think it would be receiver related.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helpifIcan View Post
    It may be related to the conversion program that you used, check and make sure that it was converted as 5.1 and not stereo.
    Thanks! What does your receiver show as input? PCM?

    Its not stereo for sure, as front/center/right are clearly separate, but the rear right and rear left are mixed on front(s). The receiver does fine with other sources (PS3, DVD player), so I'm not sure if the receiver's to blame.

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    I'm having this problem now. Since the OP hasn't posted since 5/31 I doubt I'll get a response but... Was this resolved? Does anyone else know why?

 

 

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