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MT HT-TX52 WORKED FOR A COUPLE OF MONTHS, THEN THE SUB WOOFER WOULD MAKE A VERY LOUD CRACKELING NOISE ALL OF A SUDDEN, BUT ONLY ONCE IN A WHILE, SO I UNPLUGGED IT AND JUST RAN THE OTHER 4 SPEAKERS. WORKED FINE FOR A YEAR NOW I AM HEARING THE SAME LOUD CRACKELING ON ANOTHER SPEAKER. IT'S DRIVING ME CRAZY, I THOUGHT IT WAS A SPEAKER PROBLEM BUT IT THINK ITS A RECIEVER. ANYONE ELSE HEARD OF THIS?

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  • ilindquist Apr 29, 2009

    I think I figured out the problem., I have plugged in an APC small ups, it has a surge supressor and power filter, costs 65$ I guess it rectifies the incoming ac charges the DC battery and then feeds and inverter. Anyways I have had it in for 4 days and the problem has cleared up. I believe the problem may have been from a fire place heating fan motor, it just caused noise on power during its start up. it's probably a cap start motor.

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Maybe a capacitor in the amp section is making this problem.The only way to find out is to check receiver in service and find which capacitor is bad...but this is not so easy

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    besides I must warn You - pay attention what kind of UPS You use to supply your system with clean power.Line interactive UPS is NOT a good solution as it has some very short time of black out when conecting the battery and this short time of black out - about 10ms - can destroy very sensible parts in any amp.The ONLY solution is a so called double conversion UPS - the battery is always supplaying your unit with power so if black out occur ,You have always 220 v

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