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Crackling sound when changing channels

Dennon 2106 Definitive Tech 7004B when changing channels, there is a crackling sound that comes through the speakers. There are no problems otherwise.

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I have power but know sound on my sub.

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Re: crackling sound when changing channels

Check the connections to the speaker and the receiver. Had a loose connection once that did the same thing.

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