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Philips 32PW6518 - 'leaking' sound from TV channel when watching DVDs...

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Noswar, Aug 27, 2005.

  1. Noswar

    Noswar
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    Hi,

    When watching DVDs (via the SCART socket) I can here faint, but audiable sounds from the TV receiver (what ever channel was selected before playing the DVD). This is particularly annoying during quiet moments in a film when the dialogue from the TV channel is very clear.

    I tend to have the volume between 50 and 60 when playing DVDs.

    Has anyone else had the same problem? Have I got a bad / faulty set or is 'leaky sound' par for the course...???

    Thanks,

    Paul.
     
  2. red16v

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    Hi, this has been covered many times in this forum. Almost certainly the cause is 'crosstalk' in your scart lead whereby the audio passing down the scart lead to the device at the other end (in your case a DVD) mixes with the audio coming up the lead from the DVD to the telly. Usually caused by poor a quality scart lead - try using a higher quality lead. Regards, yt.
     

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