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tv-pc HDMI, static sound coming from tv

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by ratchetclan4, Nov 15, 2009.

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  1. ratchetclan4

    ratchetclan4 Thread Starter

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    Ok so i got a HD LCD tv that i connected to my pc using a gold hdmi cable,
    my resolution is 1200x684 refresh rate is 60 hertz, runs at 720p on desktop 1080i on games,


    anyway recently if i go to browse a page on say wikipedia, this static noise will come from my tv near where the built in speakers are at the bottom of the screen (its not the speakers cause they work fine and ive unplugged there cable and the sound still happened)

    anyway if i scroll down the page of wikipedia, this static noise will change it goes louder/quieter (gets quite loud) and changes pitch slightly

    if im on my desktop,or certain webpages like youtube the sound totally vanishes

    theres nothing i could think of in my room that interfers with it, but before i got the hdmi cable it was running on a VGA one which worked fine and the sound wasn't there,
     
  2. wtxcowboy

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    have u ck'd the properties on ur sound card? when i use hdmi sound i have 2 change from my default realtek hd audio 2 the tv's hdmi audio or vice versa. might give it a try if u have those options on ur pc. i know it's coming from the tv, but who knows?
     
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