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TV Interference

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Timothy J. Armstrong, Apr 28, 2004.

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  1. I have a Toshiba TV hooked up to a digital cable box. The TV is in an
    entertainment system where it lies within 12" of a Nakamichi AV-8
    receiver/tuner. When I watch TV with the stereo on, I get significant
    interference. The TV is connected to the cable box via coax. When I watch a
    DVD with the stereo on, I get no interference. The DVD player is hooked to
    the TV via component video cable. When I run an S-Video cable from the cable
    box I also get no interference with the stereo on. I would just use the
    S-video but, I cuts out the RCA jacks which have my kids playstaion2
    attached. I am pretty sure the coax cable is good. Could that be the problem
    though?

    Any suggestions ?

    Thanks

    Tim Armstrong

    If you could respond here in the newsgroup I would appreciate it.


     
  2. exray

    exray Guest

    Is this happening only when you're listening to FM or when any audio is
    being played thru the receiver/tuner?

    -Bill
     
  3. Art

    Art Guest

    ??? Model and chassis of Toshiba TV?? TVI indicates that you currently
    experience Television Interference, I.E. interference in either the received
    Television Audio or received Television Video, or a combination of both. Are
    you indeed complaining of TVI???<
     
  4. It happens when ever the reciever is turned on. BTW it is video
    interference, not audio interference.
    The picture becomes grainy with video static in vertical bands.

    I hope this helps......thanks for your reply

    Tim
     
  5. It happens when ever the reciever is turned on. BTW it is video
    interference, not audio interference.
    The picture becomes grainy with video static in vertical bands.
    Toshiba model # CZ32V51

    hope this helps ....thanks for you response.........

    Tim
     
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