terryr: Good point, always attempt the easy stuff first. Interfence across cabling systems is always a possibility. I gues I've been lucky in that's never been an issue in my circumstances.
wiredr: gemini ,
when you daisy chain analogue tv with a strong signal level the rf modulators create interference. a herring bone pattern . what you need to do is split the incoming analogue signal 3 ways .
one to tv, one to dvd, one to magic tv . do not pass thru as you have described.
you haven't said what sort of inputs you are using on your tv . the magic should be thru the hdmi and the dvd thru the component .
rosswakelin: I had the same symptom on a different brand of media player, and it came down to power supply interference. I could reduce it by rerouting the power cables further away from the signal cables, but in in the end I had to change out the external power pack on that particular piece of equipment for a better quality one. I know it may be teaching various family members to suck eggs, but have you checked your cable routing?
Gemini: Moved power box and changed res from 1080 to 576Do you have an older TV or are you now displaying 576 on your Full HD/HD Ready flat panel TV?