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Why do i have static and then no sound ?

It works fine then this pericing static come threw the speakers i un hooked everything and now i have no sound? why am i getting static threw speakers and no clear sound everything is less then 6 months old pleas help!!! :0(

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  • Goth Skunk Mar 24, 2009

    Unexplained LOUD static comes through some speakers. No idea what could possibly set it off. Usually it's most intense in the rear left, then the center channel, then the rear right. It's happened so far while playing a video game on the XBox 360, from a DVD played on the XBox 360, and while watching a video played from AppleTV. It's unpredictable and random, and attempting to repeat variables does not always bring the symptoms. It is always random.

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You have a faulty reciever.
Take it back and get another.
No sense in going any further.

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