VGA-out audible buzz

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  1. pff1029

    pff1029 Scribbler - Standard Member

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    How do I remove the audible buzz I get when I connect my tx2500 to my TV with VGA-out? I've got a heavily shielded VGA cable and a 3.5mm to RCA stereo cable.

    It's noticeable through talking passages when I turn the volume up on the computer and raise the volume on the TV to compensate, but it's pretty much inaudible with music playing. If I change the volume the other way, then the buzz is less noticeable during talking. But I'd rather eliminate it entirely. Any suggestions?
     
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    yellowsno Wants to be a Mod

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    Try doing the same thing without your tablet plugged in for power. I had a similar problem when my tx2500z was running a PowerPoint near my church's sound system hub. It caused a awkward noise to come out of the speakers. I deducted it was a faulty power brick.
     
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    ycc Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Is everything right with your video when use VGA connection?
     
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