I have a setup that consists of 5 TVs hooked up through composite video and stereo audio. Sitting on the same shelf I have a small power amplifier that feeds 4 speakers. Whenever loud music is being played through the amp and the video is still playing, I get a lot of static. Currently in this room we have the olympics playing along with people either playing music or speaking through a microphone. I have the rg6 composite and stereo audio cables running out of the closet zip tied with the speaker wires. Could this be causing the problem?
EDIT: Just for clarification, I have a closet with 3 sources. 1 DVD player, 1 Satellite TV receiver, and 1 power amp. The DVD player and Sat. TV are hooked up to a composite video switcher and the output of that gets zip tied with the speaker wire and 1 or 2 category 5 cables before exiting the closet through a hole above the door. The RG6 composite cables run around the room zip tied to the speaker cable.
Even without running the stereo audio through the power amp, I get interference on the TVs while playing loud music. Does this sound more like a power issue? The interference increases with the volume of the sound system and only occurs in a direct correlation to output by the amp. I was under the impression that speaker cable was nearly impervious to interference.
I just recently rewired all of the TVs from rf over coax to composite because we were having this problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated.