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Roxio Game Capture Hd Pro Hdmi Audio Help


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When I hook my roxio game capture hd pro up through hdmi I have no audio without RGC hooked up I get audio. Theres no audio for my PC or TV unless I hook up the red and white cable from my turtle beaches which would be fine but the next gen systems dont have the red white slots so I need to figure out why my HDMI is getting audio let me know what info you need I will be glad to post it.

 

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Xbox - HDMI In - RGC - HDMI Out - TV

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USB

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PC

I have my xbox audio sought to Stereo not dolby and my device detector turned off I have tried most suggestions and nothing has worked all feedback is appreciated thanks in advanced. Also video works fine just need audio.

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In case I have to spend money would this work

http://www.ebay.com/itm/AGPtek-HDMI-to-HDMI-SPDIF-RCA-L-R-Audio-Extractor-Converter-HDMI-input-/331060666034?pt=US_Video_Cables_Adapters&hash=item4d14c0deb2

 

Where I would put the consoles HDMI to the converter inpute the HDMI / RV to the output and to the RGC HDMI / RV input?

 

HDMI - Converter - HDMI / RV - RGC -TV

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So why would my solution not work?

 

It is most likely that HDCP is your problem and adding a splitter changes Absolutely Nothing...

 

Next 1/2 question??

 

Your trying to 'think' your way out of this, perposing 1/2 baked ideas. I told in in Post #2 what you have to do to to find a solution.

 

You refuse to test so as far as I am concerned, I am done with this...

 

Good luck to you!

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Theres a difference between refuse and unable should learn it and there not half baked I have done my research.

Im glad your done with this I have read your posts before and to which you have helped noone as far as I can tell. So I will wait on a second opinion.

I have also looked up how to bypass HDCP and all there is is a component to hdmi cable and a converter box. My idea is much cheaper and I know it will work as opposed to the bypass.

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