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Sound and picture

My HTS9800 has strated to sound very echoey and picture has lines in it when playing dvd which get worse when sound volume is increased.
Connection to tv is via component video.

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Stuart

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Check that you have connected the component video lead to the correct sockets in both the TV and the HTS9800W.

There are two sets of Phono (cinch) connectors, which are grouped together.

Red / Green / Blue - Component connectors - video only

Red / White / Yellow - Stereo audio and composite video connectors - audio and vide

If you have inadvertently connected the red audio connector to the red component input on the TV, it would cause similar symptoms as you describe.

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