Pace Twin Audio....Problem?

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  1. Skiddins

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    I have the 2 phono connectors from the Pace running into an AV reciever, which does all sound for my components.

    If the reciever is on and set to 'TV' If I turn the Pace off I get a whistling sound through the reciever, until I either turn off the TV or the reciever.

    I don't know if a Toslink connection will solve this (i have one on order), does it sound like a fault to any of you?

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    I think you have some other connections in place, too. Such as:

    a connection from the TV (eg via SCART) to the Pace.
    a connection from the AV receiver to the TV.

    What you describe sounds like a feedback loop. Something like:

    TV > Pace (via SCART) > Amp > TV > Pace (etc). Or similar but in another sequence.

    You need to break one of these connections.
     
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    Use the Toslink analogue out from the Twin isn't great
     

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