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ILO sound quality

While watching certain channels on cable tv the mono/stereo automatically comes on trying to find the best quality problem is it keeps switching back and forth while making a crackling sound.Is there some way to make it stop turning on automatically?

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Had a similar issue and turns out I had accidentally switched my language pref to SAP rather than English. As soon as I changed it back, everything was fine...

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