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Thud every couple seconds though tv speakers

Long story short I get a thud through the right speaker on my tv only when using hdmi audio though my laptop. It happens every 2-3 seconds even when there is no audio playing. When there is audio playing the sound cuts out and then comes back. It happens very fast, only lasts about 1/4 of a second. I don't have another hdmi device to try but I did already try another hdmi cable. Audio drivers are up to date. The laptops audio hardware is Intel Display Audio and I'm running windows 7.

I have hooked the laptop to the tv with a vga and rca cable and it didn't have the audio issue. I would just stick with the vga and rca cables but with vga I'm limited to 1 resolution, which doesn't fill the screen and I can't dual monitor with it, the tv becomes very dim.

It's an older tv so something could be wrong with the hdmi I suppose. I'll borrow my neighbors laptop tomorrow and see if the problem persists. Until then, any ideas?
Old 11-12-2012, 01:45 AM jm8881 is offline  
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Thump it back?

Sounds like it is from the laptop to me?
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its speaker mites. they infest speakers and break down the components.
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It does sound like the laptop to me also. But I can't say for sure just yet. Still have to try another device and see if anything changes.
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My friend came over today and we hooked up his laptop and got the same results. But his PS3 works perfect with no sound problems at all.
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Wtf? Now i'm not getting any audio problems with my laptop to the tv. It's fixed without changing anything. Hopefully I won't have any more trouble since I won't know how to fix it.
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What brand TV? Sounds like a pos.

Dont use TV speakers anyway, thats for n00bs.
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99.99% chance it's a firmware or chipset issue with the TV itself.

I've got an old Viewsonic TV where HDMI audio simply does not work with anything - if you hook up a computer, PS3, fill in the blank... you get a buzz from the speakers. Viewsonic told me I could bring it to a service center for a firmware upgrade that fixes it, but said service center wanted something like $100 for the job since the TV was past its 90 day warranty.

I swear, everything made these days is crap.
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What brand TV? Sounds like a pos.

Dont use TV speakers anyway, thats for n00bs.

JVC HD-56G5886

The speakers are actually pretty nice for a tv.
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JVC HD-56G5886

The speakers are actually pretty nice for a tv.

And hammering nails with a rock is pretty good compared to hammering them with your fist

Hmm well JVC is a good brand but not immune to fluke manufacturing errors like everyone else.
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So the problem has showed up once again. It happened right after I unplugged the tv so that I could put it on a new tv stand.

So I've been playing around trying to narrow down the problem and have found out a few new interesting things.

I hooked it up to another laptop. this time with a different video/sound card. The audio did the same thing but this time the video also followed suit.

I hooked it up to my desktop and didn't have any problems with the video but the sound was doing the same thing.

I hooked a different audio source via rca's up to the tv and the audio problem was still there so it's obviously something with the tv.

I'm going to borrow my neighbors ps3 again and see if it fixes the problem again.
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So magically it works fine again. I didn't change anything, it just started working again.

I'm going to just call it broken or touchy. I'll just live with it and probably get a cheap speaker system for it.
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