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Avr 125 clicking when i change inputs

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  • jim bunyak Oct 26, 2012

    clicks the most when i change digital optical inputs , and only clicking on the left surround :0

  • jim bunyak Oct 26, 2012

    any help would be much appreciated as i absolutely love the sound quality !!

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It is normal for any amp or reciever to make a click while changeing inputs, Or a Function. From one thing to the next, As long as it is not a real loud pop though the speakers.The click is normal end noyhing to worry about.

Posted on Oct 27, 2012

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