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I own a Kenwood vr 6060. My speakers make a poping sound when I pause the DVD player. I've tried connecting different speakers, and the problem still occurs. Is this a setting issue or a hardware problem?

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This is more likely a problem with the CD player, not the receiver. The CD player has what are called "muting" transistors that should prevent the creation of the "pop". Try the CD on another system. I suspect that the pop will follow the CD player. If this is the case, close this question as "solved" and post a the make and model of the CD player requesting a fix for a muting transistor problem.

Please keep us posted,

Dan

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

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