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Altec Lansing VS 4221 Right Speaker crackle

I have hooked up new speakers (2 and a subwoofer) to my TV using the green headphone jack and its great all except for a cracle noise interference on the right speaker. Any suggestions. I know I could use the RCA lead with an adaptor but it should not be cracling now right?
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First of all take a headphones and connect it to the TV and listen the sound.If it is OK the problem is or the cable or the amp.You probably have two RCA connectors on the cable red and white or black for input of the amp.Connect the cable to the tv again and change places of the RCAs (red to white on the amp and white to red).If cracling is now on the left speaker buy a new cable but if its still on the right you have problem with the amp.And you are right if everything is OK it shouldn't be cracling.I hope that this will help you

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