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Loosing Sound

Could anyone tell me why I could be loosing sound on recording and watching life? I believe that it's only on BBC1 but I am not sure! Is there any miss configuration or tunning I can do or is it something more serius?

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Please has anyone ever had this problem, in loosing sound while recording? This is starting to really annoy me!

How can i re-scan all my available channels so that I can try changing them and see if I find a better one, as not only it looses the sound but it is also crackely.

Please help.

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Are you using analogue terestrial? If so it sound like you may have the Nicam bug. I don't know the details but some early units suffered from sound problems.

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Is there any solution for that problem? Has any one got any suggestions? It would be very much appreciated.

Many Thanks

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When this first came to light, TiVo arranged for affected units to be modified. However this was a few years ago. The fix was quite simple, just a resistor change I understand.

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