Staticy audio cables

Bobbingbob

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I guess this is a basic question...I have my computer hooked up to my tv screen so i can watch movies in there. Im using an RCA cable with a conjoiner (made up term, i dont know the name...its the thing that takes 2 male ends of the cable and converts it into one) and an S video cable.

Now, the audio works fine when i just play music or sounds, however, when i start to play a movie a static sound can be heard over the speakers and its quite loud. it seems strange and i dont know if its just a bad wire or what cause i know next to nothing about audio cables. Any ideas, anyone?

Oh, hi BTW : )
 

Wayne A. Pflughaupt

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Welcome to the Forum, Bob!

The problem is probably with your sound card, and/or the software you’re using to play the movies.

“Coupler.”


Regards,
Wayne A. Pflughaupt
 

Bobbingbob

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coupler right, ha. Anyone have any experiance with a software program that works? im using thecore media player. as for the sound card, im using a realtek AC97 audio. Good, bad? yay, nay?
 

Bobbingbob

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thanks, i wasnt sure where to post this when i did, thansk for the guesses though
 

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