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Loses sound during loud moment in movie or if sound is above 30.

When I'm watching a DVD or using surround sound on TV, my system loses sound when it reaches a certain level, usually around 30, which is not even loud, just loud enough to hear. I hear a click noise and all sound is lost. I turn the unit off and then back on and it works again, temporarily. What is the problem and how can I fix it?

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  • bses Jul 27, 2012

    did u ever get a fix??? my system does the same but will play FM without interruptions.

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I want to say I used to have this same problem. Make sure you have the right speakers wired to the corresponding wiring places on the back of the sub-wolfer. If I remember correctly I had the front and rear speakers wired into the incorrect place. It would then get to a loud point in the movie and then just cut off as a safety to not blow up the speakers (I guess). May also want to try turning down the volume and replay that point in the movie until you find the sweet spot volume level if it can't be fixed.

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Check the speaker maybe one are about to get fried

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