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Quote from: PONIES;59839I couldn't give two shits about if Comcast has a better guide on their crappy boxes or not. That is wholly irrelevant. CableCARD tuners work on Comcast and on Time Warner so there is no need for a cable company provided box on either provider. A CableCARD tuner + Media Center interface blows away any cable company DVR. I see this much like the console peasants who get so excited over their new PS4s or Xbox Ones... who cares? You guys are literally debating over which pile of crap emits the least amount of odor. I've had a gaming PC for years that blows every console out of the water just like I've had a media center PC that blows away any cable company box. When such a superior option exists to you it's like fighting over table scraps when a nice juicy steak is sitting right there.
Quote from: Jack 1000;57754What happens when you just hook up the DVR to the TV and leave the receiver out of the picture? If that works OK, than it might be an issue with the receiver and the DVR.
If that doesn't work, check audio settings on the DVR and receiver to see if anything was accidentally changed. TWC sometimes pushes software updates without warning, so a setting on the DVR/reviver might have been changed.
If that doesn't work, I would turn off the TV, DVR, and receiver and than unplug each one for about five minutes. After plugging in each one, power up each one. Wait for the box to boot up and for the time to display on the box for 30 seconds, before turning the TV back on. Now see if that solves the problem. I will refer this issue to my cable engineering contact if it does not and see what he says.