I have a new Premiere. It is working great in general. I use HDMI output to my surround sound controller and HDMI from there to the TV. Sound gos to my external speakers through the controller. I have audio set to default Dolby setting and have tried using PCM - same issue occurs.
ok, here's the problem. Regular TV through the Tivo is fine. When I go to use youtube - the volume is very very very low. In fact for a long time we thought there was no sound. We figured out though that we can turn the volume way way up and can hear it. If you make the mistake of pressing live tv - BOOM - eardrums explode!
I know it is not the youtube videos themselves. I've tested that on other sources. Also this doesn't always happen - occasionally we can hear the youtube videos fine at normal volume levels.
I've worked with lots of audio and video systems and have checked many options. I'm quite sure it is not anything about my setup. This appears to be a bug in the Premiere. Also, by the way, the Tivo "bleep" noise gets very soft once this bug appears. Back to live TV - BOOM! Back to youtube - very very low volume.
At normal volume levels my amp is set to about -20 db. To hear the you tubes I have to crank it up to +5 or so. Definitely eardrum splitting time.
Help would be appreciated. I strongly suspect this is a Tivo Premiere bug.