Hi all, I've asked all over retro forums but haven't been able to find an answer so I'm hoping someone can help solve my issue. I have all my retro consoles (NES, SNES, Duo-R, Genesis) running over SCART to a Banbridge switch into a Framemeister then into my Vizio M series TV's high bandwidth low latency input. This setup worked perfectly for months. I decided to try out some 4k gaming on my PC so I needed that specific input. I disconnected the Framemeister for a few weeks to mess with the PC settings. I did use a DVI cable to pump video and audio directly into the TV's input (this may be the source of my issue). Any rate I went to switch back the retro gaming setup from the framemeister into the low lag input. The picture displays perfectly, but there's no sound. If I switch the FM to another, any input on the TV, works perfectly, albeit with a noticeable amount of lag. Now, I've tested every component in my setup and they all seem to work fine, it's just that for whatever reason, the Framemeister can't send audio to the TV's low lag input. I've tested other consoles on the low lag input, they work fine, sound works no problem. I checked all the audio settings on the FM. I even contacted Vizio and they said it sounds like a 60hz sync issue which sounds reasonable. I messed around a bit with the FM's sync settings but that didn't work. My current idea is a workaround. Essentially, I'll get a M-M Euro Scart cable with audio breakout so I can send the video to the FM and the audio directly into my speakers. If there's an issue I'm overlooking with this setup please let me know. I'd love to be able to get my current setup working again so if anyone has any insight into this issue I would be extremely grateful. Thanks in advance. tldr; No sound coming on TV's low lag input when connected to Framemeister.