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I have a panasonic ht730 home theatre system. distorted sound

System is only 2 years old, all5 speakers are distorted and worse as you turn up sound. applies to all tv, dvd run through it????????

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If the sound is distorted and is effected by the volume control, the problem is in the "front end". This is not a common problem, but is significantly less expensive to fix than the output section. Try turning off any surround mode and run the unit in plain stereo. Does the distortion still occur? I suspect that it will not. Update this with that info and I should be able to list the probable parts that need to be replaced.

Dan

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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