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Re: How do I fix the irritating shhhshshsh sound on my...
Try moving the decoder to the other side of the TV, or farther away. The TV audio circuit may be picking up electromagnetic noise from the digital circuitry in the decoder. Another possibility is a defective audio circuit in the decoder.
If you are connecting the decoder to the antenna input on the TV, the problem may be a misaligned (mistuned) audio modulator output in the decoder. In that case, if you have the option of using a different TV channel on both units, try that.
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Are you using an HDMI cable and a digital box from your cable/sat company?
HDMI supports 2 different audio formats and when using a box from your provider sometimes the tv thinks the other format is available and switches to if for a few seconds. Try using a HD component cable, they have Green, Blue, and Red video with Red and White audio, if the issue is your TV switching between formats this should fix it.
Not sure whats wrong, maybe a software problem.
I wouldnttry fix it, just adapt, try hooking up a hifi to a decoder or somnething and use that sound, the only irritating thing would be the buzz of the tv volume.
This television has an extremely weak tuner. It is very sensitive to both ghosting (multipath) and weak signal conditions, which cause it's digital decoder to "error out". Coupled with this is the decoder's long set-up time (time to actually begin a decoded video stream after signal is selected)and you find that every time the decoder loses sync it takes several seconds to reestablish normal decoding. The net result is the possiblity that the tuner will be continually restarting and never display anything. An extremely directional antenna may help. Otherwise, find a good external tuner box and use that.