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My Lg rh397d is connected via coaxial cable to my home theatre. When I am watching the tv thru the dvr...especially when I am repaying a recordin...the sound cuts in and out intermittently

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Try using a direct connection from the DVR to the home theater, rather than going from the TV. If this helps, please rate me! :)

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DIRECTLY FROM THE USER MANUAL
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? Connecting to Audio Receiver:
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