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The s-air unit seems to be running into interferance of some kind causing the sound to go in and out in my rear speakers. I've heard that Sony has an adapter that I can get to fix the problem after going through roughly two hours of trouble shooting with someone who is reading a scripted manual. Does anyone have any suggestions? And yes, I've already upgraded all of my HDMI cables and tried foil on the signal transmitter on the back of the main unit.

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I found a web blog that might explain the problem you're having, in case you're running wireless broadband:
http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-9878723-1.html
The last review on the page talks about this.

Posted on Oct 13, 2010

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