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Are you using RCA type audio cables?, if so, make sure the connectors are tight and the cables are not frayed, it also helps routing those analog cables at least 8 inches away from any power cords or transformers. Buzzing usually is caused by loose ground connections or RF interference.
TV's are video OUTPUT devices, not sound INPUT devices.
Get the TV-related audio into the Bose directly from the digital audio output of the same source from which the TV is getting the video. You can also run a mid-fi RCA analog stereo feed to the TV (if it has speakers) so you can watch and listen to stuff without the Bose turned on.
First concept: The physical TV is NOT a good source of audio or video. It's there to turn audio and video from other sources into something your senses can enjoy. Many TV's (monitors) don't even have speakers.
You probably want the TV-related audio to play on your Sony. Your best source is to get it where it comes from. That is NOT the TV, more likely cable or satellite. Draw the best multi-channel audio (digital, if available) from it into the compatible input on the Sony.
The cable box will also have video and analog stereo audio. Run the BEST VIDEO (HDMI or component) to the TV's video and the analog stereo RCA Audio Out to the TV's Audio In so you can watch and hear cable without the Sony if you like.
You could also run the TV's analog Audio Out RCA pair into an AUX input of the Sony, but that would limit whatever you hear to stereo and any audio limitations of the TV.
First of all check if theSatellite box or the RCA cable is working ok with other equipment/TV if they both r working fine then their is an internal problem with ur TV.Show it to a authorised service person.
Check your audio out configurations on your TV menu, this includes mute and volume control. After checking them, then try to see if any audio is coming out of the other audio outputs. If there is, then you may have damaged speakers. If there is no audio on any of the outputs you may have a damaged audio output processor or a poor connection in the audio section. If this is an audio circuitry issue; I would suggest that you take the unit to a TV repair shop for an estimate, and let them repair it.
Hey! I have the same problem as you. But! this would happen only when I got a power outage. Unplug the TV for a couple of minutesand all was fine. For the last 5 day I have no TV. I have tried everything. All the out on the TV and I still get unusable signal. My rep told me to unplug for 24 Hours. Still didn't work. My menu option work as well and every time I put the TV on, off or if I change the input sound will come on for 2 seconde and stop. If I find the salution I will let you know.