Question about Televison & Video
Usually what causes the buzzing sound is the shielding on the RCA cables. If all the connections are tight, plugged into the correct receptacle, and you still get the buzzing, then this is probably the problem. If the cables are poorly insulated, the other electronics will cause interference and the buzzing sound will result. Do you have a number of electronic devices stacked together, or in close proximity? A more expensive RCA cable is probably the answer to your problem - one with preferably gold connectors and thicker, better insulated wiring. Hope this helps...
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
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