Advertisements I set up my AV Receiver for the first time on Sunday. I kept having a problem where if I'd use the Tivo navigation to FF or REW, and I'd push those navigation buttons quickly, then the home theater would lose sound when I would push play again. I'd either have to turn the receiver off, then on again. Or I'd have to switch source inputs on the receiver, then back to the Tivo source input again. The same thing happens if I hit the Tivo button to bring up the main menu, and stay on there for some period of time. Why does this happen? It's annoying. If this continues, I'd rather just play Tivo through my TV speakers. So my AVR displays these things when INFO is pressed: Source Sound Signal MultEQ Dynamic Volume When things are proper from my Tivo, the Sound is "DD + DSur". The Signal is "Dolby Audio - DD". When the sound goes away, the Sound is "Stereo". The Signal is "PCM Zero". Doing more trial and error with the settings, these settings seemed to reduce the amount of times the audio was lost: Settings-->Audio-->Restorer: High Restorer AVR-S750H Settings-->Audio-->Audyssey: Audyssey® AVR-S750H MultEQ: Reference Dynamic EQ: On Dynamic Volume: Heavy Settings--Video-->HDMI Setup: ARC: Off (since my TV doesn't have it) This made the audio loss a lot less frequent. I could hit Tivo button, or use the FF or REW buttons, a lot more times, before audio was lost. It would still happen a little bit, though. Then I went into the Tivo audio settings, and turned off the Tivo sound effect sounds. After that, when my AVR would lose audio, I could restore it without changing inputs, by hitting the volume up or volume down button on the AVR remote. So the audio was still being lost, but it seemed like it could be restored more easily by changing the volume, rather than changing source inputs. Does anyone know why this happens, and how I can fix it? I think it has something to do with how pressing the Tivo button, or using the FF or REW arrow buttons, want to change the input to PCM Stereo. And if that happens enough times, the audio gets lost some of those times. But what's the solution?