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Background noise I am experiencing an annoying humming noise during recording a show from TV using my Samsung DVD-R120 recorder. The noise is copied on to the disc. Any idea how to stop this? Thanks.

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    Hum or "thumping" noise on recorded tv programs with my Samsung R120

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Check the cables in the back If i remember the Component Red jack is right next to the audio out jacks (also a red jack) if the audio cable is hooked up to the component jacks this will cause a humming static noise

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