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Having great problem with this set baught yesterday.there is a constant loud buzzing when speakers are turned on .dialogue can not be heard and music only just

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You connected them in the wrong plugg thats why you get that nice. Try another plugg and you will see that it works.


Good luck to you

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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