Why Does My TV Make a High Pitched Noise?

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The television could have a high pitched noise due to a devise between the console and the TV.
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What you are hearing is the 15,734 hertz oscillator frequency ringing in one of the coils or coming from the high voltage transformer. (Sounds like an RCA set, by the way) If it's
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The horizontal scan rate is 15,750 Hz for VGA, and higher for SVGA and higher resolution monitors and modes. That is the pitch you are hearing. There is a high power oscillator on
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The importance of hearing. Hearing allows you to be involved with the world around you. As a young child, you learned to speak by listening to and imitating the voices of others.
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Sounds like Tinnitus - go see a doctor / GP. Source(s) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tinnitus.
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