Question about Cambridge Audio Azur 540D DVD Player
Hmmm, interesting... My Cambridge Audio all-in-one Cd/DVD/tuner/amp Azur 540d is making a clicking sound when playing DVDs. It doesnt do this when playing CDs at all. The noise is audible as a fast ticking, like it's picking up the sound of the dvd spinning, while playing the movie although funnily enough it seems to stop ticking during the blank gaps between tracks e.g. when going from adverts onto the main feature. Help! Not sure what the cause might be....
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: souud delay on tv /amp
Instead of connecting each device (sky&dvd rec.) to the TV separately, I would simply hook up the sky to dvd recorder (connect the sky output and dvd recorder input), and then connect the dvd recorder output (must be called "play out") to one of the available recorder inputs (which could be a dvr, an empty tape input, etc)of your amp. However, you'll still have to establish a feedback between your dvd recorder and your amp. Therefore, if the dvd rec. supports it, you'll have to hook up the rec.out, which is on your amp.,to rec.in on your dvd recorder. After all these audio connections, you will only need to make a video connection among the sky, dvd rec., and tv. Get a video cable to hook up the sky video output to your dvd recorder's video input, then do the same thing between the dvd recorder's tv output and tv.
Posted on Apr 25, 2007
That is a factory defect problem,i encountered like your problem before,it is a brand new also there is a hizzing sound a like.I told him send it from it you bought, then the problem is solve...
hope may this help;
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
Have a tech open it and clean the laser optics and the rails that the laser assby moves on
I fix more than I can count that way
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
The fault is on the amp! It sounds like the protection circuit is detecting a surge on the channel and shuts it down to protect the speaker. I would check the semiconductor device(s) for the right channel on the heatsink of the amp. You might even see damage of burning on one!
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
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