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WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM: Gaza- The Case for Middle East Peace

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The Turkish prime minister, Mr. Erdogan, stormed out of a heated debate at the World Economic Forum in Davos after slamming the position of Israeli President, Mr. Shimon Peres, over Israel’s offensive in the Gaza Strip.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan walked out of the televised debate on Thursday, after the moderator refused to allow him to rebut the Israeli president’s justification about the war that left about 1,300 Gazans dead.

Before storming out, Erdogan told Shimon Peres, the Israeli president: “You are killing people.”

Peres told Erdogan during the heated panel discussion that he would have acted in the same manner if rockets had been falling on Istanbul.

Moderator David Ignatius, a Washington Post columnist, then told Erdogan that he had “only a minute” to respond to a lengthy monologe by Pires.

Erdogan said: “I find it very sad that people applaud what you said. There have been many people killed. And I think that it is very wrong and it is not humanitarian.”

Ignatius twice attempted to finish the debate, saying, “We really do need to get people to dinner.”

Erdogan then said: “Thank you very much. Thank you very much. Thank you very much. I don’t think I will come back to Davos after this.”

THE WHOLE FORUM

http://www.weforum.org 29.01.2009
Gaza: The Case for Middle East Peace
The uncertainty and complexity surrounding the crisis in Gaza have captured the attention of the world.

What needs to be done to prevent the Middle East peace process from slipping away yet again?

Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General, United Nations, New York
Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Prime Minister of Turkey
Amre Moussa, Secretary-General, League of Arab States, Cairo
Shimon Peres, President of Israel

Chaired by
David Ignatius, Associate Editor and Columnist, The Washington Post, USA

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February 8, 2009 at 9:08 pm

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    AGAIN. No sound on HDMI from ROKU to my SONY DTN-1000
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    AGAIN. No sound on HDMI from ROKU to my SONY DTN-1000
    by philhu » Tue May 04, 2010 9:23 am
    HiI know this has been discussed alot, but I am again seeing the ‘no sound’ using HDMI to my Sony DTN-1000 rcvr or to my SAMSUNG 37" 5000-series LCD TV.The analog sounds on the system work fine.The symptom is that the receiver does not even SEE audio coming in. It usually has lit icons for stereo/5.1 channels rcvd. With my TivoHD or cable box, it works just fine. With the ROKU, no sound icons are even lit up.I send the hdmi to my bedroom, no sound, and the component/digital sound to my tv in the den. That one works fine.The SAME CABLE is used to send the tivohd or cblbox to the upstairs rcvr or tv. I used a remote HDMI swticher (note, it is NOT a splitter). I’ve tried different cable, reversing cables directly connecting device to tv. NOTHING works. No sound.I have had this unit replaced 3 times so far. Same problems.Calls to Roku are unanswered or ignored. I won’t send the unit back again, unless they say they fixed this problem. I will just wait for PopBox and switch to that. Just thought I’d give my $0.02 worth on this. I have been fighting it for 2+ months.
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    Re: AGAIN. No sound on HDMI from ROKU to my SONY DTN-1000
    by philsoft » Tue May 04, 2010 9:28 am
    philhu wrote:The SAME CABLE is used to send the tivohd or cblbox to the upstairs rcvr or tv. I used a remote HDMI swticher (note, it is NOT a splitter). I’ve tried different cable, reversing cables directly connecting device to tv. NOTHING works. No sound.Have you tried it without going through the switch just so that you can eliminate that as the problem? Does it occur on ALL titles or only on 5.1 titles?
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    Re: AGAIN. No sound on HDMI from ROKU to my SONY DTN-1000
    by philhu » Tue May 04, 2010 1:17 pm
    As I posted, I already tried it connected directly without the switch, same problmmIt happens on all sound, period. No sound, not even menu clicks, etcAnalog, and optical sound work fine.
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    Re: AGAIN. No sound on HDMI from ROKU to my SONY DTN-1000
    by philsoft » Tue May 04, 2010 1:25 pm
    It is odd, I don’t know what the problem could be. Has it worked previously with HDMI?
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    Re: AGAIN. No sound on HDMI from ROKU to my SONY DTN-1000
    by philhu » Tue May 04, 2010 1:39 pm
    When I first connected it, it intermittently worked. I would have to power the box down and it might work for a few hoursit is not just a Sony issue as it doesn’t work to the Sony rcvr, a samsung tv and even my mits dlp
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    Re: AGAIN. No sound on HDMI from ROKU to my SONY DTN-1000
    by philsoft » Tue May 04, 2010 1:48 pm
    philhu wrote:When I first connected it, it intermittently worked. I would have to power the box down and it might work for a few hoursit is not just a Sony issue as it doesn’t work to the Sony rcvr, a samsung tv and even my mits dlpHmmm, that is very strange. Sorry I can’t help on this one, because of the way I have my system set up, I connect with optical to my receiver.
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    Re: AGAIN. No sound on HDMI from ROKU to my SONY DTN-1000
    by philhu » Wed Feb 09, 2011 5:00 pm
    Ok, this is ridiculousI just upgraded to a Roku XD/S. Exact same problem. No sound on hdmi.The component/Digital sound works fine, the SD/ composite/sound works fineThe HDMI picture is amaznig, but no sound over hdmi.Yes, I tried removing the hdmi switch. Yes, I plugged a tivo in and get fine picture and sound. I was hoping it was fixed in the new box.I guess I give up. I’ll split the digital signal and send it up to the AV Reciever, and have it use video no hdmi and audio on optical for the av inputSigh, I even bought a Boxx Box, which worked fine, but has a horrible bug-ridden-stupid GUI*EDIT* Ok more testing……The SOUND DOES WORK connected directly to my TV (Samsung 37")The sound does NOT work to my DTN-1000 Sony rcvr, then to TVAll other devices work fine to the Sony ReceiverSo the problem has changed a bit. Maybe I can split the hdmi and plug the hdmi into the rcvr AND TV. Problem is, the samsung 37" I have has horrible sound
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    Re: AGAIN. No sound on HDMI from ROKU to my SONY DTN-1000
    by PinehurstBound » Thu Feb 10, 2011 5:14 pm
    This may be a horrible suggestion but have you tried different HDMI inputs on the back of your TV? I am having a similar problem…I have cable/roku/and DVD player connected to a Sony receiver. A single HDMI connects Sony receiver to my Sony TV. When I power up, and only when I select the Roku source first (after reconnecting the TV side of the HDMI) will my Roku deliver sound to the TV. Once I switch sources to DVD or Cable and then switch back to the Roku, no more sound. I can switch between DVD and Cable all day long and both send sound over the HDMI to my TV. The only way to make the Roku work again is to switch the HDMI port at the TV.My conclusion is that my Sony TV does not know how to change back to LPCM once it is accepting Dolby Digital. Although both formats are supported by both units, the on-the-fly switching of these formats does not seem to work.
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    Re: AGAIN. No sound on HDMI from ROKU to my SONY DTN-1000
    by philhu » Fri Feb 11, 2011 7:45 am
    Yes, I have come to the conclusion that the SONY AV Receiver doesnt seem to like LPCM at allI connected the HDMI to the tv directly, and took optical from tv to the Sony receiver, with tv speaker off and it works, only in stereo though, a ‘feature’ of the tv, specifically listed in the manual for the tv.So I bought this:amazon.com/gp/product/B003U1 … ss_productIt is a hdmi switcher that give optical and coax digital sound output as well as switches 3 hdmi inputs. It fudges the EDID from the tv side of things to allow all sound formats (and it assumes you really dont want sound out of the tv). So you get your full 5.1,7.1,dts,true, etc out of the coax and optical . I only have 1 input so the switcher stays on position 1 always.I then connect the hdmi to the switcher and switcher to the AV Rcvr, and optical sound to the rcvr and tell it to use that combo for that input (Input assignment)..EDIT. The switcher came in and WORKS! PluggedHdmi in it and it to the av receiver. Worked out of the box!It was pricey, about $75 and I wish they made a non switcher version as it would be about half price but it works!Even better, the multichannel sound works in the hdmi cable and the optical/coax output cables!
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    Re: AGAIN. No sound on HDMI from ROKU to my SONY DTN-1000
    by SixBox » Thu Jun 09, 2011 1:30 pm
    I’m experiencing the same issue with my Roku N1000 and a new Samsung LCD. Via HDMI it drops audio and requires a reboot or TV reboot, HDMI replug to get it to work. There is no firmware updates for the TV and I’m at a loss on how to fix this? I also have the 1st Gen Apple TV which has no issues over HDMI so I don’t know to blame the TV or Roku?
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    Re: AGAIN. No sound on HDMI from ROKU to my SONY DTN-1000
    by StellarRat » Fri Jun 10, 2011 2:05 pm
    I had a similar problem with my old Sony AV Amp. No sound with ANY device when using HDMI. I just gave up and used the optical output from the Roku and my DVD player. However, I do believe there is some type of HDMI handshaking issue (green screens, no sound) with some devices and the Roku. There are simply too many reports of odd HDMI behavior to ignore and a lot of them go away when one device or the other is rebooted. Since it happens with a variety of equipment I’d say it’s a Roku problem.
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    Re: AGAIN. No sound on HDMI from ROKU to my SONY DTN-1000
    by karinj » Sat Jun 11, 2011 6:43 pm
    Hello, Can someone help me? I have no sound on my roku box at all. I have unplugged and reset just about everything and I still don’t have any sound. Any ideas?? This has been very frustrating!!
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    Re: AGAIN. No sound on HDMI from ROKU to my SONY DTN-1000
    by leslie » Sun Jun 12, 2011 4:02 am
    I have the same problem with my LG TV. Switching between Roku and cable tv is a kind of a nightmare. Here’s what I need to do: From TV remote, switch Component setting to HDMI. From cable remote, switch Audio setting to HDMI. The problem is that the sound level is not the same for both components, so when switching between them I hear ear-splittingly loud static until both setting changes have been made. This takes at least 30 seconds since I need to reset two different remotes, and it is annoying! The Component setting on the TV remote for watching cable is Component1. That needs to be switched to HDMI2. The audio setting on my cable remote for watching cable is Other. That also needs to be switched to HDMI2.
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