Hi there, I'm having a problem getting sound from a newly bought Pioneer TF100 Freeview box. I've had a search through this forum but had no joy, hence the post. When I first tried the box I could only get 6 channels and the sound was virtually nonexistant and popped and stuttered all the time on all the channels - they were never even close to being listenable. The aerial was changed to a wide band, high gain item - mounted outside as high as it will go on the side of the bungalow. This then gave 59 channels and they all look great (except for the radio ones obviously but still no sound on any of them. After turning the box off and on there would be the stuttering and popping sound as there was before the aerial change. Sometimes there would be no sound at all. I've tried : a factory restore on the freeview box. using SCART to connect the freeview box to the TV using the RF out of the freeview box and tuned in on the TV a different TV tuned into the RF on the freeview box And all of these things made no difference to the sound, or lack of I should say. Normal terestrial viewing through the aerial is fine as is using the DVD player. I've looked at the signal strength on some of the channels and one was 55% with 100% quality, and another was 85% with 100% quality. I've tried to force a software update but the progress bar hadn't moved off 0% after 20 mins so I gave that up as a bad job. I've left the auto upate setting to on so I will check that again tomorrow night. Does anyone have any ideas? Is it still a signal problem or is the box a duff one? Hope someone can help. Regards, Kris.