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    Bad Audio Support

    Hey,

    When I want to play a MKV movie on my tv trough DLNA from my NAS. I almost get an error all the time because the audio format isn't supported by Phillips. I was wondering if one of you knows a way to solve this?

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    Hi ReUniTy,

    You can find the supported audio/video files in the attached image.Click image for larger version. 

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    For further details please check the instruction manual for your 42pfl4307h/12 TV on the pages 62-63 here

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    Yes well, I was trying to play a MKV file with DTS audio, Philips doesn't support it (yet). Do you know why, because it's a very common codec and I don't want to convert all my MKV's to a ACC or AC3 codec. So as a costumer I would've expected that Philips would have thought about supporting one of the most common audio formats, because now I end up with a expensive tv that's useless when it comes to DLNA.

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