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Panasonic PV-SS2710 - White noise/bad audio in HDR mode

When the TV is in HDR mode the audio is horrible but video is perferct. When switched to BYPASS audio is good. I'm thinking it the HDD inside. There is an 30Gb Seagate IDE HDD inside. Do you think that would fix the problem if I change the HDD inside the unit or do i need to look else where. Also when you record a show or something in BYPASS, when you playback it sounds the same as it would in HDR. Only when you have something that is played from the HDD that the sound is bad. I will try to change HDD when I get one available. I would like to add an larger HDD to increase recording time/space eventually anyway. Please reply.

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  • oic800 Apr 21, 2009

    I am having the same problem after moving the set 3 feet. Getting white noise that will only reset when bypass is pressed. I may try setting up a home stereo system to see if it plays clearly.

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