When using pretty much any audio input besides the coax cable input, I get audio crackling and popping. At first I thought it might be a short or a bad cable, but now that I have listened to it, it sounds like cell phone or radio chatter. How can I get rid of this problem?
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Missing it or does not have one? Either way you can fix the missing connector that just popped through the casing If it never had one then it has what is called a composite input. That will be the yellow colored RCA input. There should be a red and white next to it for red and white audio. Now, if you have a coax cable with an Fconnector ont it (screw in type) you can go to a radio shack or a home improvement store and get an F to RCA adaptor to make your cable fit in the back of the tv.
You can but the connection type is not the problem. If you have Coax cable or antenna type signal you need to put that into a tuner capable of providing the RCA (baseband or composite) video out with RCA audio as well. However if one is going that route with a HD display then the SVHS tyoe connector or even HDMI or some component level cables should be used to get the full benefit of the HD signal. If your HDTV has no Coax input then it is not a TV but a display device more like what is used in computers.
Since your TV only has audio and video input jacks, you can connect those to audio and video output jacks on the VCR. Now connect the coax cable to the RF/ant input on the VCR and you'll have to change channels by using the VCR channel selector.
Let me know if you require further assistance.
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The best hook up for this unit is to use the hdmi if your samsung box offers hdmi output. The panasonic vcr should be hooked to any one of the composit video inputs with the yellow video cable and the red and white audio cables. If the vcr does not have composite output then use a rf (coax cable) to antenna a input and put the tv on channel 3 or 4 as vcr is set for.
First of all go into the audio menu settings and turn off the "surround" feature off and that should fix the voices/music differences. Does the craking sound appear while watching any sorce such as cable box,sat rcvr or DVD player? If not isolate it to that input and maybe that device is giving the problem.