hi all I recently purchased a dish tv 2100 and have noticed while watching tv I can hear a strange popping clicking sound.
have seen this mentioned on other websites geekzone etc...
other people have same issue.
Has this been resolved.
Not sure whats causing this or how to stop it.
it has the latest firmware installed.
I have multiple dish tv products and the t2100 is only one that does this

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if I playback a recorded programme I dont hear any popping or clicking sounds.
only when watching live tv
my aerial strength is 75% and quality is around 95%
consistantly

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