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Old 2nd May 2012, 06:12 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by vikchop View Post
So I upped the HDMI Amplifier gain through the menu system of the projector from 1 to 3 and there was little noticeable difference to audio and video. I'm guessing the long wire runs and different wires that audio is traveling through is depleting the signal strength. As such, I will go forward with this: TCC TC-780LC Details and Hookup
Surprisingly, the wiring between components has essentially no loss of level at all. Same's true for various adapters, etc. It does look like the little gain stage above should do the trick though.

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