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I have a Receiver/DvD player that has two inputs and two outputs. I have both an xbox360 and tivo plugged into the receiver, with output going into my television. I know I could just get an a/v switch, but I was wondering if I could do anything to help get less or no echo.
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What part is giving you the echo? Xbox and/or TiVo? Are you hearing this from the receiver's speakers and the TV speakers? If so, then turn off the TV speakers. The system is causing the delay.
 

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Sorry that I wasn't more specific about it, but the echo is only experienced through the Tivo. I think I hear that Television followed by the speakers. I've never had normal television through surround sound, so maybe its somewhat normal, but it feels a little bit off to me. Oh... re-reading your post, you recommend just muting my television? I thought about that, but I don't know why I didn't try it out. I'll try it.

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It sounds like the audio and video aren't taking the same path - and/or the audio is routed through more than one path. For example, one that goes through the TiVo and one that bypasses the TiVo.
 
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