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What does "unsupported audio signal check your device output" mean?

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  1. THE AMATUER

    THE AMATUER Active Member

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    I have Sky HD. Tonight I changed channel to Setanta 2 (which I subscribe to) to watch the FA Cup reply but there was no picture, just "This Programme is not available".

    The Sony W4500 tv gave a "Unsupported audio signal. Check your device output" message?

    What does this mean?

    thanks
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    I had a similar problem recently and rang Setanta who said that Setanta 2 should not be showing the match in the UK as ITV had the rights. Was the match actually on ITV at the same time?
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    Yes it was
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    So problem solved. Setanta 2 should not have listed that programme for UK viewers as it did not have the transmission rights. It was not a problem with your system.:smashin:
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    good stuff, thank you

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