Question about Denon AVR-3300 Receiver
The AVR-3300 will work great for a while then loses audio output when I switch sources. I've discovered when I wiggle the Adio/DSP card the sound comes back. But then the problem repeats, sometimes hours, sometimes days later. I examined the board and found what appeared to be an intermittent ground connection and thought I had it fixed. But a week or so later the problem returned. I'm using it in analog mode only, so the problem apparently has nothing to do with digital processing. Any help appreciated! Ken
It's quite possible one of the relays is failing that is part of the switch between audio output choices. Do you notice any output difference between a certain output (i.e. dvd, tape etc)or is that point arbitrary?
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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