DMR EX75 Fault?

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    Hi all, I got a strange problem with this recorder, when I record say six or seven programs from its own freeview on to the hard drive, the last recorded program will show up as recorded, play but then the audio disapears after about 10 mins. I'm stumped, audio is fine on all previous recordings, I'm recording in SP mode, any suggestions?
     
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    Anyone ?
     
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    What channel were you recording?

    It is more than likely one of those single 'difficult to explain' freeview reception events.

    With any freeview anomaly always note the channel involved.

    I wouldnt worry unduly - unless it starts happening regularly.
     
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    Thanks Gav, I recorded two programs from channel 5, one at 9pm the other at 10pm. Csi at 9pm recorded ok but at 10pm I lost sound after about 10mins.
    Connected via component and and composite audio until I get another optical lead.


    Thanks.
     
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    Channel Five is on Multiplex 'A'

    That multiplex carries a lot of Top-up TV channels [ Ptooey! ] ... so I might expect it to be a problematic multiplex.

    Hopefully your problem was just a one-off.
     

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