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Have new sharp 19" LCD. Works perfectly on ordinary aerial but trying to feed sky programmes to it from other room causes crackling on sound. tried connecting direct to rf outputs on two different sky boxes same result. other tv works perfectly doing this so not the cables or boxes but otherwise lcd is perfect. can the rf be adjusted on skyboxes as you would have done on vcrs? could this be it?

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