I’ve just run into a problem using my MuSo 2 as a sound bar for a Sony TV. It has worked in the past. Today, the sound has become very static-y. I’ve unplugged and replugged both TV and MuSo and done a reset on the MuSo. (Doing a reset on the TV is a lengthy adventure I’ve discovered, so I’m hoping to avoid that.) I see on the app that the HDMI signal is bouncing back and forth between 48khz and 0khz when I try to use it. (Ahh! - a clue). The cable seems securely connected on both ends.
This sounds as if it’s the cable. Have you got a spare cable to try?
I thinks so.
The problem for me is connecting the cable. I find the location of the in puts awkward on the MuSo, but the TV is worse. The inputs are directly behind the support bar for the TV. Oh, well.
Seems to have fixed itself.
HDMI ARC is notoriously unreliable. If the problem returns consider using an optical connection instead. You lose a bit of convenience but it’s usually reliable.
Ahh, but the single optical connection from my TV runs to my Nova. I use that for musical programs. I don’t like the sound of non-musical programs through my Nova/Thiel set-up.
However, the analogue connection is possible. For non-musical TV I can live with the compromise that choice entails.
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