02-08-2012 10:32 AM - edited 02-08-2012 04:27 PM
Here is my setup:
Revue is connected to a Comcast Xfinity RNG110 STB by means of an HDMI cable from Revue's HDMI IN port to STB. I have an ethernet cable running from the Revue to the Xfinity modem/router. I have an HDMI cable running from the Revue's HDMI OUT port to the TV. Everything works fine.
But here is my problem:
I'm hard of hearing and so I have a pair of Acoustic Research wireless speakers placed near where I sit when watching TV. The speakers come with a sending unit that is black plstic and the shape of a dome. It has two wires running from it. One is the power cord. No problem. It plugs into an electrical outlet. The other wire has a minijack on its end. But there is also a removeable adapter that converts the minijack to two RCA jacks, one red and the other white.
I have the RCA plugs plugged into the audio ports of the STB. Fine. A blue light comes on and I hear live TV oln my wireless speakers. Great. But here's the rub. If I switch out of live TV to, say, Netflix, HBO GO, Pandora, etc. I lose the audio. The blue light on the wireless speaker's sending unit goes out. I do have audio from the TV set but NOT from the wireless speakers.
I've tried plugging the wireless speaker's RCA jacks into the TV's audio ports. No luck. For the life of me I cannot get non-live TV content to broadcast audio out of my wireless speakers.
I believe there has to be a way. I just don't know how to do it. The Revue, the TV, and the STB all have SPDIF ports and I have even bought an optical cable and tried that route using the optical cable between the Revue and the TV, The Revue and the STB, the TV and the STB, etc. All to no available.
Can someone please help?
08-18-2012 01:13 PM
Could you please provide me your TV Model?
I look foward to your reply.
Logitech Support Specialist.
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