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Speaker hiss with TV only

When I play the TV through my Denon 500SD system everything works ok for about 2 minutes then a hiss starts in the left speaker and gradually gets louder

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  • Hudman Jan 18, 2009

    Thanks for the suggestion but this hissing only happens when I play a TV signal through the system. It all works perfectly well when I simply use it to play DVDs. Is your solution to replace the cables still worth doing?


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Hissing sound caused by input section RCA cables defected grounding maybe loosed or the RCA cables are defected already replaced it with new RCA cables so hissing sound is gone.

Hope it may help you;

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Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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