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Receiver give's hard noise when switching in surround or inputmodes

When switching between surroundmodes or choosing a inputchannel, the receiver gives a hard noise in the surroundspeakers and sometime it turns off. I think its something wrong with the processor. Is there anybody who has the same problem or how i can solve it? Many thanks in advance, Rgds, Hans

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  • mehamiii Nov 04, 2008

    My problem is a little different. Often when I changeĀ channelsĀ on my cable box there is a delay before the sound on the new station comes on. Generally the delayed sound is accompanied by a pop sound as the sound comes on.

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Hello Hans,
I did have that problem too, just 1 month ago (after 5 years of working properly). The importer in Holland can solve it, but it will be expensive. I paid around 300 euro for it. They flashed the firmware to the latest version, put some new cables in and so on. After that the problem was solved. But it isn't clear where the problem exectly came from (they said maybe from the mainboard or powersupplies in the receiver).
Now I have the receiver back and the sound is good again, no more problems with a strong POP from the speakers when I'm switching channels (on TV) or surround modes.
So if you don't have the money to buy a new one, I will advise you to send it to the dealer for an good overall maintenance.
Good luck!
Arthur
(Holland)

Posted on Sep 22, 2009

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