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       MP4 & AAC Audio Not Supporting in Digital Optical Cable
    post Feb 18 2012, 02:50 AM
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    Hi there

    I have a WD TV Live Hub Model (WDBACA0010BBK-EESN) which i bought in Sep 2011. I have connected it through a WIFI adapter of Belkin which helps me upgrade the latest firmware and play Youtube and Facebook.

    I have connected it with JBL 5.1 Home Theater System through an Optical Fibre Cable.

    But whenever i play a MP4 or a file with AAC Audio in it, it does not support the 5.1 Sound Output. Rather it doesnt play any sound. I have to change the settings to STEREO to play the sound which unfortunately does not give me a 5.1 Sound Output.

    Is there any solution to this problem as some movies and videos on the internet are available in MP4 and AAC Audio format only.

    Looking forward to your reply

    Rupinder Singh
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    Check your receiver's manual. Can it decode AAC audio? If not, well...
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