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,
Re: Receiver give's hard noise when switching in surround...
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.
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If everything is connected correct, the only thing I can think of, is you don't put in a surround signal. If you only feed 2 way stereo, only two speaker will work. Also if you switch to stereo, the other channels will stop working. Check the cables, the settings and the input.
For a simple stereo connection If you have a spare set of inputs (CD, AUX, video but NOT Phono/LP) on your receiver, preamp or whatever makes your speakers make noise that accept a pair of red/white RCA type inputs connect the OUTPUT of either your cable box, satellite receiver or TV audio Left & Right (red & white RCA jacks) to the INPUT of your receiver. If your cable or satellite receiver has a digital OUTPUT (either optical or coaxial) and your receiver has a like INPUT and 5.1 surround sound capability you can connect that to give you a surround sound mix.
Choose the surround on the remote control to switch on . If the display comes on without the speakers not responding, check the speakers, if not the surround section output IC is faulty. There is fusible resistors in the power supply to the IC, So if there is no voltage on the surround IC, then check and trace back.
If the fuse blows then the IC is faulty.
If your receiver has another digital audio input available to connect to, such as a coaxial or optical input, you can use either of those for the PS3. Another option is to use one of the composite audio inputs, but however, your surround mode for that type of input will not be Dolby Digital, DTS or any of the high definition surround sound formats. You will instead be able to get one of the Dolby ProLogic formats, or one of the various surround modes that are proprietary to the receiver model by it's digital signal processor...depending on which you choose.
If by white noise do you mean the test tone generated by the receiver? If so, this is actually pink noise and it is internally generated by the receiver. I would make sure either in the menu or on the remote that you haven't accidently turned off the surrounds and double check the wiring to the surrounds. Good luck.
Your not going to be able to connect in series (not sure if thats your goal) since your limited by the type of connections you can use. Your receiver is going to have to be switched depeneding on what source you want to listen too. DVR, DVD, etc. HDMI is going to important for your TV connection. Radio Shack has cheap HDMI cables.
So... connect HDMI from DVR to HDTV this will give you sound and picture to TV. Connect DVR optical or coaxial ( RCA if you dont care about surround) to Receiver to give you DVR sound thru Receiver input.
Connect DVD to receiver via optical/coaxial/rca for DVD sound thru receiver (again RCA is not recommended for surround).
Connect Component video to HDTV(or HDMI if TV has second HDMI input) to give you video from DVD.
Connect Yellow video or S-video from DVR to DVD recorder input to allow recording from DVR. Also connect red/white audio to (same) DVD input.
That should cover it.
Your best set up is to plug the DVD and the direct tv optical or coaxial out. The Denon has both. You will then have to choose digital input on the receiver. There is a blue indicator light that will light and a graphic that will show all speakers are working. There is also a pink noise test that will play each speaker in order. This test button is located on the remote.