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  • How to clear Cache and Cookies for Chrome, Firefox and IE

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    Internet cookies, little pieces of information stored in your web browser comprised of text strings. Most commonly, they are used to store things like usernames so that you do not need to input them every time you visit a site that you frequent. As such, they are harmless little things, just trying to help make your web browsing a bit easier.

    Sometimes, you don't want your username to be automatically entered on a webpage. Usually, you would have to delete all of the cookies stored by your browser. In this guide, we will see how to delete cookies and cache for most popular Internet browsers.

    For Google Chrome

    1. Go to Chrome Menu on the up right corner and then down to Settings
    2. Scroll down and click on “Show advanced settings”
    3. Look under “Privacy”
    4. Click “Content settings...” and select "All cookies and site data"

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    5. On the search bar input "www.jtechdigital.com"

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    6. click “Remove all show” to delete all cookies form www.jtechdigital.com

    For Firefox

    1. Click the menu button on the up right corner and choose “Preferences”
    2. Choose “Privacy” then click “remove individual cookies”

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    3. In the “Search”: filed, type the name of the site whose cookies you want to remove.
    4. Select the cookie(s) in the list to remove and click “Remove Selected” or click “Remove All”
    to remove every cookie stored in the browser.

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    For Internet Explore 11

    1. On the Start screen, tap or click Internet Explorer to open Internet Explorer.
    2. Tap or click the Tools button , and then tap or click Internet options.
    3. On the General tab, click Delete under Browsing History in the Internet Properties dialog box.

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    4. In the Delete Browsing History dialog box, click to clear all of the check boxes except for the Cookies check box, and then click Delete.

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  • Audio Settings for J-Tech Digital HDMI Extractor

    J-Tech Digital ® Premium Quality Hdmi To Hdmi + Audio (Spdif + RCA Stereo) Audio Extractor Converter is our best seller product. It can extract digital audio signal from the HDMI input and convert it to 2 channel analog stereo output or 5.1 channel Audio output.
    To improve our customers using experience, we just post three tips when you are using this product.

    1.Switch EDID Button
    When you can’t get the sound, the first thing you can try is switch the EDID audio switch in the front. Change it between 2CH, 5CH or pass.

    2.Turn Off Dolby Digital Plus
    Because TOSLINK (spdif) does not support Dolby Digital Plus, we need to turn off Dolby Digital Plus function of the input device. Then the sound can go through our extractor. Here are samples for how to turn Dolby Digital Plus off.

    • Amazon Fire TV

    Settings  --> Display&Sound --> Audio --> Dolby Digital Output --> Dolby Digital Plus off

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    • Apple TV

    Settings --> Audio&Video --> Dolby Digital --> Off

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    • Amazon Fire TV Stick

    Settings  --> Display&Sound --> Audio --> Dolby Digital Output --> Dolby Digital Plus off

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    • Roku and Chromecast

    When you are playing Dolby Digital Plus content on those two devices there is no option that you can shut down Dolby Digital Plus. So you can’t get sound from spdif or RCA port.

    3. Audio through HDMI

    When the incoming HDMI audio format is Dolby Digital Plus, PCM 5.1CH, PMC7.1CH, Dolby TrueHD or DTS-HD Master Audio, both the SPDIF and L/R outputs will not work, but you can still obtain these advanced audio signals from HDMI output, because HDMI output signal is identical to the HDMI input signal.

     

    We are listing from our customers and continuing to improve our products.  Please common it below or email us to support@jtechdigital.com

  • What is 4K TV and Ultra HD?

    Copy right by John Archer

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    Everything you need to know about 4K and UHD

    With 4K TVs now arriving in numbers and at increasingly affordable prices it’s no longer just a technology for the tech-minded early adopter market. So we thought we’d have a crack at answering some of the most commonly asked 4K-realated question to save you a load of time and effort.
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  • Product review for J-Tech Digital Hdmi Extender By Single Cat 5E/6/7

  • Product review for J-Tech Digital Component Video-YPbPr and VGA to HDMI Upscaling Converter

  • Product review for J-Tech Digital Premium Quality Multi-Functional HDMI Converter with 8 Inputs

  • Product Review for J-Tech Digital Universal HDMI to Composite / S-Video PAL/NTSC Converter

     

  • Product Review for HDMI Audio extractor with optical port

  • Product Review for J-Tech Digital 3 Port HDMI 3x1 Powered Switch

    Take a look of our product review for this HDMI switch

  • How To Troubleshoot HDMI Connection Problems

    By Robert Silva
    Home Theater Expert

     

    The HDMI Handshake

    HDMI is now the main type of connection used in home theater setups that include HDTVs, video projectors, Blu-ray Disc players, home theater receivers, network media players, and even cable/satellite boxes. One purpose of HDMI is to make it an easier to connect all your components together by using one cable for both audio and video.

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