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My speakers have almost constant crackling noises

I have owned this system for 2-3 years. Several months ago, I began to hear crackling noises coming from all the speakers. It is not constant, but usually occurs every few seconds, and alternates from one speaker to the next, most commonly from the front center channel. Most of the time, however, the speakers will not start crackling until the system has been on for a couple hours. It occurs when watching tv, a dvd, playing a video game, etc. Is there any chance that this can be fixed by replacing speaker wire? I don't want to get a new system until the HDMI 1.3 receivers are available.

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  • Jared Lichtenthal Apr 12, 2007

    Thank you for your quick response. Unfortunately, I have no idea what your solution entails. I assume that you are referring to parts within the main receiver unit and not the speakers themselves though.

    One additional question... what could likely cause this problem? I never put my volume too high. Is it just normal wear and tear or is the quality of the system inferior?

  • Anonymous Nov 14, 2007

    I also have an Sony DAV-BC150, I have constant cracking in speakers in all modes: AF, FM, Autio and Video, called SOny, they said it was outside interference (Radios, Power Strip, Etc)

  • Anonymous Nov 17, 2007

    I have the same problem, the speakers crackle. The problem comes and goes, but recently it does not appear to be going away.

  • Anonymous Nov 20, 2007

    Same problem here. Constant crackling. Sounds like an old vinyl record. This problem occurs in every mode of use (SAT, DVD, Radio), but is much more pronounced in DVD mode.

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Hello, there is no chance that you can fix this problem by replacing speaker wires. Resoldering the output stages as well as area around the microprocesor could be the efficient solution. If you need more info please advice.

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  • Arpad Kothai
    Arpad Kothai Apr 12, 2007

    Hello,

    Yes, this problem is in the main unit.
    Let us say that this error belongs to normal wear and tear category.

    Best regards,
    Arpi

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