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Re: No Sound using my homerun device Connect HDHR4-2US on my Roku Ultra LT
I had to look up what a HDHR4-2US was. From what I can find, there's no channel for that device for Roku devices. Exactly how are you attempting to access your media? It seems that your HDHomeRun will appear as a DLNA device, so apparently Roku Media Player can see it.
So, assuming you are using RMP as your player, there should be no problem streaming the available content from the HDHomeRun. The video should be MPEG-2, and the audio AC-3, both of which your Ultra supports. Since I'm not familiar with the HDHomeRun, I can't offer any suggestions about settings within the device itself. While the stream is playing in RMP, you might try pressing the * button and see if there's a different audio track available that will provide sound.
You might see if your TV has DLNA support, in which case it should see the device itself and be able to play from it.
Dan Roku Stick (3600), Ultra (4640), Ultra (4670), Ultra (4800), Premiere (3920), Insignia 720p Roku TV, Sharp 4K Roku TV, Nvidia Shield, Windows 10 Pro x64 running Serviio and Plex on a wired Gigabit network.
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To hear audio, you need a TV, AV receiver, or soundbar that can decode Dolby Digital or AC3 audio over HDMI. Most modern TVs can do this, though we’ve noticed a few Samsung TVs cannot. All Roku televisions should be able to play audio without any trouble.
Support is limited to those Roku devices that have been updated to support MPEG-2 with Firmware version 9.0 or above.
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