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Buzzing sound coming from speakers

There is a buzzing sound coming from the internal speakers, Its not a constant buzz, sometimes its loud the will go away for a few seconds then builds back to a loud buzz.

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  • Zackoria Jun 23, 2008

    I have the same issue. It is worse if I am watching an HD channel.



    This is very strange, because I do not even have an audio signal going to the TV set. All audio goes to my home theatre system.



    This is driving me crazy.



    Only thing I can think to do is open up the TV and cut the actual wires going to the speakers.



    Anyone who has a fix for this please post.



    Thanks in advance

  • Anonymous Aug 02, 2008

    Proview 42-in LCD TV buzzing sound. I had the same problem. Took it in to a shop and they cleaned the internal contacts. No buzzing sound until just now, about 6 weeks later. Apparently the internal connection oxidize easily. Check with your local shop to see what they charge to clean them.

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You maybe be able to turn the internal speakers off through the tv's menu...either in the Audio section or in Settings

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