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Sound keeps cutting in and out

Has been working fine for ages now the sound through speakers keeps dropping in and out and making a static noise

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SOURCE: garbled / feedback sounds from powered subwoofer

The surround processing portion of the unit has a problem. In either stereo or direct mode, the digital procesing is bypassed. This could be just the surround processing IC, but that IC may not be available as a separate part. I would suggest that you bring this unit to an authorized Onkyo service center for an estimate.

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Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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