Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Has just started doing this will be watching tv and sound drops out with a clicking noise for a couple seconds then back on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When did this start? Did it ever work right?
How's the sound from your TV speakers by itself and from DVD? The same? Problem's in the TV.
If it's just the receiver doing it from both sources that's where we start.
Check the settings for dynamic range (ratio of loud sounds to soft sounds) in both your receiver and your cable TV tuner. Many devices have a setting sometimes called "MidNight Mode" to be used in the event you're listening while someone else might be sleeping or otherwise would be disturbed by the TV volume.
The assumption is that you will turn the TV down but that normally means you would lose the quiet programming in the background nosie of your home. Through the magic of dynamic compression the quiter sounds are raised to audibility while loud things like explosions and fanfares will be limited in volume. Depending on the design and whatever the broadcaster is doing to the sound themselves this could be anywhere from pleasingly effective to aggravatingly inconsistent with odd variations in the levels.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
It wounds like you are getting interference from you tv to the receiver. You can try a few different things here.
1. Connect the tv output into another input on you receiver to see if it isnt the channel on the receiver.
2. Try a different set of cables between the tv and receiver. Faulty cables can give you problems.
3. Connect the cable from you tv to a different device. (another dvd vcr blue ray etc.) This will tell you if its the receivers or the tv.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
If it's thru Cable TV, your feed may need an amp. If your on FIOS or DSS, I'm stumped. How many boxes are in your house and how many locations are set up for TV and have no TV hooked up? If any, you need to try "F" caps at the empty locations, it causes signal loss. If all locations are terminated, the Cable company needs to ramp up the feed. They can do this via phone if you have Comcast or Bright House, otherwise, just call and ask. Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
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Sounds like a couple of coincidental but unrelated symptoms.
Optical cables need precise seating and no tight bends.
Muffled, channel-specific sound is usually on the analog end. Speaker connections maybe.
Posted on Mar 17, 2010
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