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Sounds like a speaker wire is shorting against either another speaker wire or something metallic. Check your speaker wires to make sure they're not shorting (touching). If that doesn't work, I'd take it to a repair facility. Good luck!
You could try the optical route. You should be able to use the analog RCA audio outputs of the TV to the analog TV or VCR audio inputs of the receiver as well. Select the appropriate input on the receiver and you should have TV audio.
The JVC system is designed to output audio only via the speaker terminals at the rear of the system. There is NO provision to send audio directly to the TV from the system.
Page 14 of the manual (link provided below - free to download) details the connections available to a TV. These connections are limited to three types of connections: 1) "Video" for standard TVs which is "good" 2) "S-Video" for TVs that have an S-Video input jack which is "better" (both #1 and #2 are considered "composite" types).
The third type is called "Component" which is used for TV's that are capable of "progressive scan" video input which is "best" for the system. Notice that the jacks on the DVD player are labeled "Y", "Pb" and "Pr", not "Video", "Left" and "Right". This type video signal requires the use of three cables - they do not send audio as you may be used to see on all but the newer TVs. TVs capable of displaying "progressive scan" video have a better looking picture when using these jacks. Incorrectly connecting the video from the DVD to the TV audio inputs (Left & Right) will likely result in noise or hiss from the TV speaker.
To recap - audio can only be played through the JVC system's speakers. Use the highest quality video jacks that BOTH your TV and the DVD player supports.
I hope this was Very Helpful and enjoy your DVD and TV!
On the remote control for the Samsung Home Theater System look at the bottom left to a button that says "MODE", those moods change the sound each speaker gives off. if that doesn't work, you might need new wiring because there are other wires that are more durable than the ones that come with it, much better too.
Take out all the speaker wires. Then unplug the unit for 30 minutes, come back and plug in all the speaker wires. making sure not a strand is anywhere but in the hole. and then plug back in the unit, This system is good at doing this and then if you do what i said everything is good. Best of luck
the problem may be two fold
1 the optical pickup assembly's lens may be dirty and needs to be cleaned (donot use any liquid to clean the lens just a soft cotton swab will do)
2 the optical pickup assembly has failed and can no longer read discs (if the laser or sensors inside the optic fail it is "blind" and can not "see" the disc)
start with the cleaning.
My best guess from what you have said is that you may have some speaker wiring shorting (or bad speaker) or else you have a bad output transistor or a poor solder connection in the output amp area. If it isn't the wiring/speaker problem but the other then you will most likely need to see a repair guy to get it fixed. Hope this helps.