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When I plug in my magic mic to the tv video channel and turn it on it is scratchy but the sound is present. What to do to fix the problem?

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Hello,

Try to connect the mic to your DVD player, then you connect the DVD player to your television. Then the sound will be clear.

Make sure you connect the cords properly, like you connect the audio out from the DVD player to the audio in of the television.

Take care

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