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Dound distortion on TV

Hi

The Digital TV is where I am getting the sound distortion (hiss) and is connected to the outside aerial socket by a male/female connector (not a cheap one).

Thanks

Jill

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  • cassox Jun 21, 2008



    Hi

    Is is coaxial white. The TV is a Wharefdale L19T11W_C 19 in HD Ready Digital LCD TV/DVD Combi.

    Thanks

  • cassox Jun 22, 2008

    Hi



    The freeview is integrated within the TV not via a digibox. The connection is to a standard rooftop aerial,not via a tv company.



    Thanks



    Cassox

  • Lee A.
    Lee A. May 11, 2010

    Have you tried a different coaxial cable?

  • Lee A.
    Lee A. May 11, 2010

    Do you have a digital reciever box? or do you get your cable straight from the wall? If so who is you TV company?
    Keep me updated,
    Thanks,
    Lee


  • Lee A.
    Lee A. May 11, 2010

    what kind of connection is this? Do you have a digital tv reciever? Is it coaxial? composite(red,yellow, white) What is the exact make/model of the tv. Is there another audio connection you can try your dtv with?
    Thanks,
    Lee


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Hoping to hear back from you. Have you tried a different coaxial cable?
Thanks,
lee

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