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Buzz sound when i hook my laptop up

I hook my laptop up to the receiver using a "y" cord from the headphone port on my laptop, and it makes a kinda "buzzing" noise in the speakers. If i try to play music it plays faintly but the buzz is too loud. I dont think its the laptop because i put it on another receiver and it worked fine, i tried hooking it to different inputs(cd,phono,video2..) but same issue. It did work for a few years until last week so im assuming something is wrong with the receiver. let me know if there is anything i can try before takin git in. thanks

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How many years have you had this laptop? Sad to say, if it's many years, time to replace as that would be cheaper.

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Disconnect whatever wire is connected to the blue wire behind your head unit. Re-connect it to the blue/white wire, instead.

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Between the ps2 and the TV, loop the cable around a metal rod or post of some sort. This should disrupt the interference you are getting which is caused by the electricities frequency! Hope this helps!

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I have this receiver and my audio is a optic cable to my cable box. When I play a dvd my sound works great my I can't watch cable. There is no sound. It has always worked untill I finished a movie and tried to switch to cable and then there was no sound. Can anyone help?

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try checking the three coloured plugs in each end of ps2 and tv you noe the red yellow and white plugs make sure they are in the rite order

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