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Magic Sing ET19KV On connecting Magic Sing through RCA Cable, get buzz sound on my speakers Have chked on diff TV's and replaced the RCA cable.The Video is clear, but getting buzz on speaker

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Most buzzes are caused by one of two things: "DIRTY" power or a lifted\non-existent ground. Allow me to explain;
"DIRTY" power is just that. It comes in and carries a lot of static with it. Most newer systems have filters built in on the power side of the main board. The fix? Try running your Magic Sing from a wall socket that doesn't have anything else pulling from that particular circuit. You should also invest in a GOOD power strip and not one that cost $5-$10 bucks. All these are good for is getting power to multiple products simultaneously, AND they don't have the resistors and filters to give you a constant 120v AC.
Monster Cable Co. was a very sought after item up to the point to where Radio Shack no longer carried their products.

If you really want to get your money's worth out of the instruments you buy, don't slack on the power strip. This will be the most costly mistake ANYONE can make.

Here is an article that explains what I did and gives you answers on how to fix this issue.

Hope this helps. Dirty Power What It Is and Why You Need to Clean It Up Schneider Electric...

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If you have not run the set up you will need to, however I'm guessing you did because you would have had to make some changes to the settings to get the image to come up on the screen but without being physically at your location I can just guess.

In order to view your PS3 in full 1080p you need the HDMI cable which you already have. If you have not gone into your video settings then you are not viewing via the HDMI cable and you will need to to get things working right.
In order to view via the HDMI cable you would have had to had both the standard PS3 interface cable that comes in the box (the one that goes from the PS3 to your tv with the composite video (yellow) and the left and right audio (red and white) and the HDMI cable pluged into your PS3 and your tv at the same time. then you turn on the PS3 making sure your TV was set to whatever imput the composite and left/right audio is pluged into (typically VIDEO 1,2,3 ect.) and enter the menu, go to the settings and then down to your display settings and change it to HDMI, the image should then leave the screen (because it switched to HDMI) you will need to have your TV remote handy for this because you will need to switch sources on your tv to HDMI 1,2,3 ect, which ever one you have it pluged into. When you have switched to the right HDMI imput there should be an on the screen that is counting down and asking you if you want to accept the changes. Select yes and Move on through the settings selecting the maximum resolution your tv is capeable of
720, 1080i, 1080p) which can be found on the box the tv came in or somewhere on the tv or manual. While running this settings change it should ask you the audio source you are using make sure you select Digital Optical and that it is pluged in to you PS3 and your reciever. Once this is all done you can remeove the standard PS3 hook up that came with the box and put it away you wont need it any more, unless you move the PS3 around and the tv you move it to does not have HDMI in which case you will have to change the settings before you move it back to the standard cable or you will not be able to see it displayed on the tv sceen you move to and it will be impossible to run the settings.

If you have already done that and just want to verify that your source for audio originating from the PS3 is digital optical you can check that in the same settings menu under audio settings. Then make sure the reciver is on and set to whatever imput you have the cable pluged into and you should be good to go.

If all that I have described has been done already then the audio cable could be bad or the problem lies internaly with the PS3 or the reciever.
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SOURCE: I just bought a RCA rtd3131 home theater system.

If the cable tv has audio out jacks, or if you have a cable box with an optical audio cable, plug either the audio jacks into the RCA system or the optical audio cable, and the system should automatically simulate 5.1, through Dolby Pro Logic II. All speakers will not be at the same volume as they are simulating surround sound, not just playing the audio.

The TV will never have sound for the DVD as this system has no audio out puts. Realistically, most televisions have 10w speakers, and this system is 130w, so the TV speakers are useless in comparison.

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beolab 8000 speakers have a line input ( rca phono) which is switched at the rear connection,this is monitored for sound so will turn on/off on their own.you must use a pre-amp or a variable volume output as a source.

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but how do the other competing products work ok on Plasma tv, Why does the magic sing have a problem?

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