Question about Denon AVR 3808Ci Receiver
Beside the all the units you mentioned is there any more eletrical items plug in the same circuit?
All home 120V AC outlet is 20 amps, I would ran any extention cord for the 52" Samsung TV.....just to make sure it's not a power related problem.
If you has a APC UPS AC backup unit for you computer system......move it over to your AV setup and see does it beep (line voltage drop/brown out) .
If you have a DVM or plan old meter. Check the 120V out voltage. It can range from 110 to 120 depend on time of day and the power draw in your surrounding area..
In the TV setting there is a commerical audio level automatic adjustment. Check it out. It will cut the HIGH volume sound during commerical.
If this is my AVsystem,
I would ran a 14 or 16 AWG wire to link everything together and ground the end of the wire to the center screw on the electrical plate.
This will completely rule out grounding problem.
If all else fail,check the warrenty on the TV set and call for service.
My bet is on the commerical audio adjust volume reduction setting. Flip though the setup screen and turn it on.
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Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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