Audio problem when switching on HDMI interfaces
AI have a Philips 46" Led TV (46pfl86x5) which is working OK, I have it more then one year now.
On my HDMI 1 interface, my Satellite Decoder is connected on and on the HDMI 2 interface, a Popcorn A-200 mediaplayer is connected.
On my Popcorn A-200 I have configured that HDMI Audio is disabled, so all audio is going to my Denon Receiver (SPDIF) and not to the TV. The TV remains silent when I watch a movie. The denon doesn't have any issues regarding the audio coming from the popcorn.
The problem that I have is; when the movie is "done" after some time and I switch back to HDMI 1 or the analog TV channels on my TV.. The audio is completly broken on the whole TV, so audio is not resumed. The only solution is to turn the TV off and then on again. After this the audio is back OK. I find this really strange and annoying sometimes.
This issue seems to be related to my TV. So to solve this issue, I have asked Philips support to solve this issue. Nothing wrong here, because they are willing to help. The have replaced the motherboard of my TV, but after this the problem still remains and basicly they don't know what is causing it.
Personally I thought it was related to the Easylink configuration, but that also doesn't seems to be the case. Does anybody know what I can do? Because I don't know what causing this issue. I have replaced the motherboard of the TV, I have switched the HDMI interfaces.. but nothing seems to solve this audio issue.
Also a friend of my which has got an 9xx5 type of Philips TV with a different type of Popcorn Hour, exactly has got the same issue as me. So I think it is not related to any "hardware" of the TV. Because audio is not resumed when changing back to other HDMI interfaces on the TV, the problem seems to be in my TV then I think...