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Humming noise when volume is reduced...also, when turning on tv.....how do you get rid of the noise?

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Thats the noise you can ignore, it comes from every graphics card...more fast is your card, more is the noise you get (mostly because of fan)

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2. Unplug the TV for about 3 minutes and plug it back in.
3. Turn on the TV and go to HDMI1 input.
4. Turn the volume up to see if you hear the hum.
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