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What is going on with that channel audio is messed up i think its the network becuase all the other channels are fine .

What is going on with that channel audio is messed up i think its the network becuase all the other channels are fine .

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Feb 6, 2014 8:36:33 AM
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rt123 wrote:

What is going on with that channel audio is messed up i think its the network becuase all the other channels are fine .


There was an issue reported last night. It was resolved at 9:46PM. Are you still having the problem?

 

 


rt123 wrote:

What is going on with that channel audio is messed up i think its the network becuase all the other channels are fine .


There was an issue reported last night. It was resolved at 9:46PM. Are you still having the problem?

 

 

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no more issues its was fixed .

no more issues its was fixed .

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My daughter reported this same issue on Boomerang to me this morning, but I have no idea when the recording was made.  It appeared that sound was about 0.5 seconds in front of the video.

 

My daughter reported this same issue on Boomerang to me this morning, but I have no idea when the recording was made.  It appeared that sound was about 0.5 seconds in front of the video.

 

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Jeffer -- As I'm sure you already know, the DVR captures the sound at the time the recording was made. If the sound was botched then, it'll be botched on the DVR.
Jeffer -- As I'm sure you already know, the DVR captures the sound at the time the recording was made. If the sound was botched then, it'll be botched on the DVR.
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Jeffer -- As I'm sure you already know, the DVR captures the sound at the time the recording was made. If the sound was botched then, it'll be botched on the DVR.

Of course, which is why I made a point of saying I didn't know when the recording was made.

 


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Jeffer -- As I'm sure you already know, the DVR captures the sound at the time the recording was made. If the sound was botched then, it'll be botched on the DVR.

Of course, which is why I made a point of saying I didn't know when the recording was made.

 

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