Audio Feedback from Airport express

I just hooked up a new Airport Express Base station to extend my Airport Extreme Wireless network to my stereo using AirTunes. I am connected to the Tape 2 input on my receiver using mini plug to RC jacks. Seems like everything it's working fine except, the sound on my TV, which is wired through the same receiver, has a noticeable buzzing on all inputs (TV, Video 1,2,+3). This is clearly the Airport Express; present when the Airport Express is powered on and absent when powered off. I have switched the cable so I don't think this is the problem. Has anyone ever had this issue before? Any suggestions on how to eliminate this or minimize it?

Hi Again Duane,
I just wanted to put a final post on this thread. Your suggestion did not turn out to be my solution. It turned out that I had a bad Audio input on my receiver which was creating the feedback. New input, no problem. Thanks for your help anyway. I did have quite a rat's nest of wires behind the stereo which are much more orderly by now.
John

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