Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Model SC HT640W Panasonic
Are you saying you lose the color on your TV while using these speakers? That is a WEIRD problem! If they are wireless speakers, then their transmitters are emitting a frequency which is interfering with the color oscillator circuits in your TV. Surely, a different speaker system will cure the problem - you just happened to get a set that uses a transmitting frequency which doesn't agree with your TV's color circuits. You might try placing a flat sheet of metal between the transmitter and your TV. If the color comes back, you've found the problem!
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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