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321System No sound just humming with TV connected to Video1 or 2

I have my 321 system connected to my Panasonic Plasma with an S video connection and Audio cables from TV Audio output to Video 1. Everything has worked fine for sometime. Problem is that when i try to watch TV and have audio go through BOSE 321 using Audio 1 all I get now is a humming noise. I switched cables to Audio 2 and same thing, humming and no sound. If I watch a DVD through the 321 the sound is great. I thought that my audio output of my Plasma might be the problem. I connected the 321 to another LCD tv that I have to see if it would work. With the 321 hooked to other tv I can now here a small amount of sound but there is alot of humming....Any Suggestions?

Thanks , TED

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    rucybelle Jan 17, 2009

    tedkaren1.. did changing the audio cables correct the problem? I have the same hum when connected to tv

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Hi...
Get new audio cables . It seems there's a broken Ground (shield ) wire somewhere in the cable. NO ground means HUM usually

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