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It could be interference with other electronic equipment, for example, one time I was talking on the land line home phone with a friend, while texting another friend on my cell phone (multitasking pro lol) and I heard a series of beeps on the land line phone whenever I sent and received messages.
Some phones are just plain better than others in both reception and transmission. I wouldn't think it is interference since another phone works within the house and on the same network. You might want to look into a home cell phone signal booster (googling that will result in a lot of retailers), but these are by no means cheap. However, they can make a huge difference in quality of service within a structure.
Try rebooting the router first...unplug then plug it back in.
Then check your settings to make sure it's configured properly. For example, it hasn't changed itself to b or g mode, etc.
You may be getting interference from someone else's router. Try changing the channel...1, 6, and 11 are the best as they are separated from each other. Most routers are by default on channel 6, you may find less interference on channels 1 or 11. The freeware program Network Stumbler can tell you what channel other networks in your area are using.
I have the same problem. My router is located about 1.5 feets from the PS3 and when I turn on the console my wireless network barely works. Something I did was change the frequency of the wireless. It was working in channel 9 and now it's on channel 3 with no problem.
If there is a filter on BOTH ends of the phone line that is the problem. There should only be one plugged into the wall. Take the phone line and plug it into the phone side of the filter. The end that plugs into your receiver should never have a filter on it. Also I've never heard of a receiver needing to be connected to a phone line AND a router. You usually only need one or the other but not both.
Need to get more granular on this, Does the volume work HT remote, for like radio, cd, ipod audio? For you to use the tv audio through the HTB the tv's audio settings should be on the "fixed" output option. This gives a line level to the Amp independant of the tvs volume adhjustment. Otherwise you will need to adjust tvs volume 75% or so before the audio amp will reproduce a good volume. Turn down audio amp prior to making any adjustments. Let me know thx
Not sure it this is a solution for ALL your problems, but...
I had a similar issue: Phone rings, caller ID info displays then seems to hesitate, then displays only "INCOMING CALL."
The issue seemed to be caused by interference with other devices on the same line (in my case, an alarm system).
Tech support had me change a setting on my TRU9466 base unit (this is one of the PowerMax 5.8ghz models). This is how we did it step-by-step on the base unit:
MENU GLOBAL SETUP IN-USE LINE SETUP select LINE 1 switch to TYPE B
This seems to have solved the Caller ID "interference" issue -- my Caller ID now displays as it should. The Tech Support person suggested trying that TYPE A/TYPE B setting on "OFF" if TYPE B didn't solve the problem, but thankfully, it did.
Now Cheryl, it sounds like your issue is more involved than this -- I didn't have any connection problems -- but perhaps they're related -- you might try my solution.