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Denon AVR-2106 high pitch tone when using video/audio inputs

Periodically, after being on and performing normally, my Denon AVR-2106 audio signal becomes a high pitch tone. This happens both with the TV and DVD player. I have periodically attached my Ipod to the cd input and never had the problem. Nothing makes the high pitch tone go away except turning the receiver off. Typically this happens just once but some times twice. No matter how long I leave the receiver on it never happens more than twice.
Any ideas as to what could be wrong? 
Other than this I really like this receiver.

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  • Anonymous Mar 05, 2009

    Very disturbing sound unexpected from all speakers when Im watching movies. Turns my hear gray :-) Service man told me no cure for this problem. Wathing my movies in stereo mode!

  • Trebor Bob Mar 12, 2009

    I own a Denon AVR-2106. Periodically the sound from the selected source (e.g. DVD) goes off and it is replaced by a high-pitch noise. The only way to reset this is to select another source and come back or shut the unit down.



    What could be the source of this problem and how can I fix it?

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What was it??? Mine did the same thing. Or is doing the same thing

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