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Home Theater - sound

HDTV box from cable provider wired to Samsung HDTV.
Fiber optic audio from HDTV to SONY Reciever.
SONY Receive has Bose 6.1 Acoustimass home theater system.
I can hear a hum when receiver volume is turned up. Hum is not present when using HDTV volume.

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If it is a new set up, make sure properall connector are properly connected. Have you tried removing the Bose just to isolate the trouble, just to pinpoint the source of that HUM. The sony is amplifying some unwanted signal.

Posted on Dec 29, 2007

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