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When playing a dolby true hd soundtrack my Onkyo 875 makes a clicking sound every so often like it has run out of buffer memery for the sound. Any help you could give me would be great Thanks

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What you are hearing is digital noise that can have many sources. One thing that would help to narrow this down is to try and see a pattern of when the clicking occurs. Is is all the time, or just after the unit has been on for a while? Does the clicking vary with the type of sound? Soft/loud/vocal/music etc?

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Posted on Oct 10, 2008

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