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Re: RCA P52927 sound is static
Need adjust coil sound ( little metal beside Big IC or between tuner and IC). Turn a little right and left ( be sure leave same position) don't play with this coil too much, will mess up video signal , some times tuner need be re solder. I hope this will help you Thank you!!!
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Set your TV to Input 1 or 2 depending on the port you used. PLease but your volume will be only controlled via DVD, if you switch your TV off it will still sound the TV channels via DVD speakers,
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if not, please let us know what is the model number of the TV and we will find what can be done in the TV.
Audio: There should be a set of audio outputs on your TV. Connect those to the AUX inputs of your receiver. When you turn on your receiver, set it to AUX. Set your TV volume to approx 1/3 and adjust the volume on your receiver. There's probably a menu section on the TV to turn off your TV speakers so the sound will only come from your receiver.
DVD/VCR (I'll call it DVD from this point forward): Connect the video (yellow) output from the DVD to the "video input" on the back of the TV. Connect the audio out on the DVD player (red) to the red audio input on the back of the TV, then do the same with the other audio (white). When you want to use your DVD player, you'll select "input 1" as the input on the TV.
Cable: Your cable box probably has numerous output types. I have the cable box hooked up to both the DVD player AND to the TV; one output type going to the DVD player and another output type going to the TV. I like to use the HDMI output from the cable box to the TV, and the composite video from the cable box to the DVD.
Hope this helps. Let me know if you need more info.
I'm trying to understand if the speakers are connected directly to the TV, or via an amp. If you have an option try connecting them through an amp so that the TV doesnt have to amp them, you'll get better results. even if there was no static in the first place its a better idea.