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Constant buzzing noise when using dvd player, playstation etc.

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  • rumble1128 Aug 29, 2010

    Hope this is 4 witserv. Thanks for advise, just thought it was TV, but cant be as only happens when using other equipment, the buzzing quite loud, will have to get someone to check cables etc. Does this mean all cables faulty, ie, the dvd cables and play sation cables. Cant remember how or when it started unfortunately.(pretty useless).

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If this "buzzing" sounds like a low frequency hum, then it is probably a loose or bad cable from the equipment. I am assuming you have this connected to an AV receiver or the tv. If the cables are not securely connected or is a damaged cable it causes the ground to be suceptible to "noise". That is what I would check first. Let me know if that fixes the problem, or what you did right before you noticed this issue.

Posted on Aug 26, 2010

Testimonial: "New to this, thought had already done this. Many thanks for advice, going to get someone to check cables, ( I'll probably make matters worse ). "

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    William Robinson Aug 29, 2010

    Yes it is WIT Serv. You can also try this. At the AV receiver where the cables are connected and you hear the buzzing, touch the connector at the connection. There should be a small area of metal exposed at this junction. You won;t get shocked. See if the humm or buzzing stops or changes. This would be another indication of either a bad cable of a ground loop problem with the equipment. Let me know

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