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Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by alindsey, Jun 20, 2005.

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  1. alindsey

    alindsey Guest

    My Panasonic home theater system pretty much works great. However, quite
    frequently the sound will be interupted by a popping static noise. Does
    anyone know how to help me? Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    You have the volume too loud, and you're listening to the wrong style
    of "music". What you hear is the sound of the popping of your own
    personal neuromycothyricin vesicles. This is a very unhealthy condition
    that could lead to neuroplastia, macrophagia, and all manner of
    horrifying ailments. Because of the proximity of the vesicles to the
    delicate grey matter of the brain, it has not yet been determined
    how adverse and effect this has on the intelligence of the listener,
    as evidence appears to be primarily anecdotal. (there are those
    who claim that the brain damage came _first_. Poppycock!)

    So, turn it down and stop destroying your mind, and those of your
    neighbors.

    Good Luck!
    Rich
     
  3. Tom Biasi

    Tom Biasi Guest

    Sounds like you have encountered Allen before :)
     
  4. NRen2k5

    NRen2k5 Guest

    Are you entirely sure it's related to the home theater setup? It could
    possibly be scratches on your DVD's, or if you're watching satellite TV or
    digital cable TV, it could be a slightly weak signal.

    - NRen2k5
     
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