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Wireless chanel clash

Hi I've got a ticking on my wireless surround sound speaker, I've changed my wireless modem's chanel, but can't figure out how to change my panasonic SA - PT860's wireless chanel, would this solve the problem? If so how do I go about doing it?

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Might be a fridge throwing off a mag feild
could be a wire running right ajasent to the speaker location
try moving speaker first
like take it off the wall and move it 3 feet
any change ?
ok that didnt work
now it is wireless but so is mine and i have to power the speakers y pluging them in
it could be if the speakers are powered then the adapters might be getting old and tired
if all fails try moving the speakers right next to the reciever and see if they still hum

ps just because the dont have an adapter pluged into the wall and it looks like a vac cord instead means they just put the adapter inside
and you are in for more fun then

Posted on Jul 25, 2009


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