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Sound robotic on samsung ln22a450c1d

Have set hooked to cable to 75ohm ant input, no cable box, sound on analog channels fine, but when tuned to digital channel (3.1, 10.1, 13.1 etc) sound works fine for a few seconds then starts going robotic and unintelligible. you either have to wait several seconds for sound to straighten out or change to another channel and back. i hooked cable box to set via hdmi cable and absolutely no problem. samsung said bad cable, so we replaced cable from outlet to set, no change. cable company (cox) says problem with set. help!!

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Change the sound volume in channels settings /avc and try

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  • crtkr Jan 01, 2014

    turned auto volume off, still goes robotic.. set sound mode to standard, set eq to flat setting, turned srs off, still goes robotic for 10-15 seconds, then back to normal.

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