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Cable Hi Guys. Need help, I bought a PSP cable to be plugged into my LCD TV. I used the Video, and 5 other output for the sound. My problem is that there is no sound output on the TV and when I play games there is some noise lines in the LCD. This noise lines does not appear in the PSP menu. My video setting is already set to Progressive. Any inputs will be highly appreciated.

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