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SANSUI Model HTS-17Z

Having a problem with the volume of the system. Max volume is just audible, but would like to play music much louder.

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You have a bad ground through the cable box or cable system. This causes AC to leak into the TV showing up as bars that roll from bottom to top and sometimes audible as well. Have the cable company replace the cable box and/or check out for proper grounding outside at the demarcation point.

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