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New Sony XBR55X950H TV No DD 5.1 through Optical Out on Vudu App Only?

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    New Sony XBR55X950H TV No DD 5.1 through Optical Out on Vudu App Only?

    Hi, I just got this Sony TV and I have missed Vudu for almost a year since support was stopped on my Panasonic Smart BluRay Player. Question, I was testing some of my content which the Vudu app on the Panasonic BluRay played 5.1 out through the optical just fine, I tried some movies and shows with my TV apps, the picture is amazing, however, the best I could do was PCM or DD 2.0/Prologic. Netflix, Amazon, Hulu all give me my DD 5.1 through the T.V.'s optical out, am I missing something here?

    #2
    It's a problem with the Vudu app on sony tv. I have 950g and same issue. Was working before now it's broken.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Vandrew82 View Post
      It's a problem with the Vudu app on sony tv. I have 950g and same issue. Was working before now it's broken.
      Thank you, glad to know it's not my setup, I'm wondering how many people actually use a 5.1 or greater setup? We must be in the minority as I haven't heard much about it and I have had the T.V. since Halloween.


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        #4
        I have the same issue my Hisense android TV but if I play it thru my Xbox its fine. Annoying.

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          #5
          I have a Sony XBR-49X830C and I also have this problem. It worked fine a few weeks ago and now no more surround. I also have to use optical out to my receiver due to its age. Hope they fix it cause I don't want to update my hardware.

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            #6
            Originally posted by Mterrence5 View Post
            I have the same issue my Hisense android TV but if I play it thru my Xbox its fine. Annoying.
            I'm wondering if the Xbox has an older version of the app? I had the same issue with Amazon last night, but I was able to roll back the app to when I got the T.V. and get back the DD 5.1.

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              #7
              Originally posted by hardware_glitch View Post
              I have a Sony XBR-49X830C and I also have this problem. It worked fine a few weeks ago and now no more surround. I also have to use optical out to my receiver due to its age. Hope they fix it cause I don't want to update my hardware.
              I'm wondering if this is an issue through HDMI as well. They make HDMI audio splitters which will pull from the HDMI and send to optical for less than $30, so if the HDMI works, we may need to go that route.

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