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google tv to projector

JorgeCampeon
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hi guys, can anyone help me please? i just bought google tv 4k in order to connect it to my projector (optoma uhd38x). My projector is connected to my denon's 4400h monitor2 hdmi (on monitor1 hdmi i have connected my tv). I get picture from all streaming services but no sound from denon (obviously). How can i get sound from the receiver when streaming from google tv? Any advice appreciated. Thanks in advance

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kiltguy2112
Silver Product Expert
Silver Product Expert

Make sure surround is turned on in chromcast settings, and make sure the receiver is set to decode the correct codex for the input you have the chomecast on. I don't believe DTS is supported and Atmos seems to be hit or miss depending on the streaming service.  You could also put the CC on the input to the projector and run audio out from the prjector to the receiver.

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kiltguy2112
Silver Product Expert
Silver Product Expert

Make sure surround is turned on in chromcast settings, and make sure the receiver is set to decode the correct codex for the input you have the chomecast on. I don't believe DTS is supported and Atmos seems to be hit or miss depending on the streaming service.  You could also put the CC on the input to the projector and run audio out from the prjector to the receiver.

Jeran
Community Specialist
Community Specialist

Thank you for helping out on this thread, kiltguy2112!

Hey there JorgeCampeon,

I'm just checking up on this thread, do you have any more questions or need any additional help? 

Best regards,
Jeran

Jeran
Community Specialist
Community Specialist

Hey there JorgeCampeon,

Do you have any more questions that we can address? 

Thank you,
Jeran

Jeran
Community Specialist
Community Specialist

Hey JorgeCampeon,

Do you have any more questions that we can address? If not, I'll go ahead and lock up this thread in 24 hours.

Just checking up,
Jeran