Many users have contacted us for the issues regarding Audio. So here are some solutions you can try these.

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If you made a connection through AV Receiver

  1. If your Chromecast is plugged into your Av receiver, it should acquire the audio automatically.
  2. If Chromecast is connected to your TV and each support ARC (Audio return Channel), Chromecast’s audio shouldbe able to route through the HDMI cable connected between your TV and Av receiver.
  3. If Chromecast is connected to your TV and one or bothdon’t support ARC, then you’llhave to be compelled totake the audio output from your TV back to your Av receiver. TVs typically have a Digital output for this purpose, either coax SPDIF or optical TOSlink whichyou’ll be able to take back to your receiver. If you TV’s output and receiver’s input do not match, you’ll be able to get a Coax-to-Optical or Optical-to-Coax converter box.
  4. If Chromecast is connected to your TV, and one or both do not support ARC, and your TV doesn’t have a digital audio output, then you’llhave to be compelled to use analog audio, or get an HDMI audio extractor box to “break out” the audio from the HDMI stream thusyou’ll be able to route it to your receiver.

If you made a connection through external sound bar or speakers for Audio

  1. If your sound bar or speakers have HDMI input the data above about hooking up to an degree AV receiver applies.For alternative things, you may want associate degree HDMI audio extractor box to “break out” the audio from the HDMI stream thus you’ll route it to your receiver as either a digital or analog signal.

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  1. What if you have Chromecast directly connected to your TV (JVC) and the audio jumps constantly? According to many other posts I’ve seen it’s a JVC issue. Can we get firmware to correct it?

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