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Audio crackling, white noise, seems to be an overload

While I'm playing a game on my PS3, any point a loud noise or voice comes through it gets garbled and turns to white noise. Any game I play does this on HDMI settings. On the composite cables this doesn't happen. I would really like to use my HDMI cable, but that's where the audio snaps and crackles with any exciting gameplay. Is there a way to get the lovely HDMI resolution without the nasty audio glitches? I tried using the HDMI for video and using the composite for audio, but the genius that I am did not realize the two signals would be sent to two different inputs. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

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    I have the exact same crackling sound when I use HDMI with my Xbox 360 or with PS3. Component cables don't give the weird crackling noises.

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My LCD TV did this also with the ps3, the fix was goto the sound settings and choose HDMI, but not auto settings. Choose manual then deselect dolby 5.1. That fixed it for me. Unless of course you are using 5.1.

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Ya I get a humming sound when the volume on my Daenyx is turned up to 1 quarter the volume,Does anyone else have this problem? These TV's have great picture and sound when the humming isnt there but I cant find to much info on them.I have heard that these tv's might be made by Daewoo but I cant confirm this,Does anyone know if this is right??

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