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  1. I have received my Valentine's Day gift Vidon.me AV200. But I don’t know how to set the HD audio passthrough mode. Could anyone who has used the box help me?
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    Originally Posted by Vilime View Post
    I have received my Valentine's Day gift Vidon.me AV200. But I don’t know how to set the HD audio passthrough mode. Could anyone who has used the box help me?
    This box can play streaming video/TV channels on P2P ?
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  3. The online manual says it is a available under 'Volume Settings' - (that would be Section B on the page). Quote:

    B. Audio Settings

    (AV100):

    Go to “System Settings” -> “Volume Settings”. Here you can adjust the volume, and choose whether to enable Pass Through to use a more advanced amplifier to deliver a better audio effect.


    Looks like you just set pass through to 'Open' and choose your output device (HDMI, etc).

    http://www.vidon.me/user_guide.htm
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  4. Originally Posted by transporterfan View Post
    The online manual says it is a available under 'Volume Settings' - (that would be Section B on the page). Quote:

    B. Audio Settings

    (AV100):

    Go to “System Settings” -> “Volume Settings”. Here you can adjust the volume, and choose whether to enable Pass Through to use a more advanced amplifier to deliver a better audio effect.


    Looks like you just set pass through to 'Open' and choose your output device (HDMI, etc).

    http://www.vidon.me/user_guide.htm

    Thanks for your help. I have done it now.
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  5. Originally Posted by Gravitator View Post
    Originally Posted by Vilime View Post
    I have received my Valentine's Day gift Vidon.me AV200. But I don’t know how to set the HD audio passthrough mode. Could anyone who has used the box help me?
    This box can play streaming video/TV channels on P2P ?
    As far as I know, the box doesn't support P2P.
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