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This could be a message indicating that the digital signal processor is defective or that digital signal processing has failed. In either event, it is likely that your JVC receiver is not working correctly.
most likely your samsung has an active search for inputs. normally to solve this problem is to try moving input of hdmi into a different port on samsung reciever or see if maybe your manual states you can shut off this automatic audio switching. what happens is receiver will actively seek another input when sound cuts out like between commercials or movie/commercial because no sound will be coming through hdmi cable for a sec or 2. Read your samsung manual carefully it might state how to get around it but some don't so that's why i say try a different input to see if it will still do it because some hdmi inputs will be more dominant than others or have a longer delay before searching other inputs for audio.
Mine did the same thing where the screen would go black for a few seconds and then the picture and sound came back. I would try (1) switch HDMI cables, (2) try a different HDMI input in the back of the receiver, (3) try different input in the back of the TV. None of these seemed to work with mine. I finally ended up running the cable box direct to the TV and only run the audio through the reciever via coax or digital. No more problems. I think the HDMI inputs in the back of the reciever have a problem continuously carrying the signal if it is the leaset bit weak.
chances are the speakers are the problem. try disconnecting the speakers and turn up to the level where it cuts out,if it does not cut out chances are a defective speaker or speakers,usally midrange or tweeter
They don't overload from missing speakers. I'm curious, what buggered the one speaker?
Examine all of your speaker wires carefully to be sure no unintended contact is made between them and anything else.
Is "overload" being displayed?
“OVERLOAD” starts flashing on the display.
Speakers are overloaded because of high volume.
1. Press STANDBY/ON on the front panel to turn off the receiver.
2. Stop the playback source.
3. Turn on the receiver again, and adjust the volume.
Speakers are overloaded because of short circuit of speaker terminals.
Press STANDBY/ON on the front panel, then check the speaker wiring.
If “OVERLOAD” does not disappear after turning on the receiver again, unplug the AC power cord, then plug it back in again.
If speaker wiring is not short-circuited, contact your dealer.
I need to know how to hook up all the wires to the to dvd tv cd every thing where does the wires go help me help me please i want to watch tv where it sounds good so if some some one can help me i will be very gratefull thanks