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Ringing noise We can play DVDs without a problem. However, when we play the TV through the system, it emits a loud ringing noise.

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Re: Ringing noise

Try changing the cable going out of tv to the system for audio, make sure the cable from tv/sat receiver is in audio out and in dvd player in the Audio In under the Video 1 bracket, then when you turn on the system click function button on the front panel it will show Video 1 on the LCD and that should work.

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