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Tv speaker noise from yamaha rx-v663 hdmi connection

I am getting noise like static in my samsung 37" 1080p tv when I hook the hdmi cable from the rx-v663 to the television - if I go straight from the hd cable box to the tv over the same wire, I dont get the noise.
Is it possible that the tv cant decode multichannel audio - that is the only clue in the receiver manual ?
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    I am getting this loud rumbling noise from the tv speakers during start-ups that goes away after it has warmed up. The tv speakers are inactive during use but emits only this noise when you first turn the system on for the day. If I connect the satellite box directly to the tv, there is no noise. I have tried to separate the signal cables from the power cables from the speaker cables with no success. It started out fine for about a month until the first traces of noise. Without any changes, the noise has gotten louder and longer. I run power through a Monster power strip. TV is Samsung 580 and satellite box is VIP722dvr. It' HDMI all around. Samsung has not been much help except to point the problem at the rx-v663. They may be right.

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Try running your A/C from TV to your reciver swichd outlet sound like it could be a grounding problem.This will put all ac from same outlet to the same componets.And will elimanate any difference in potencial

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