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Onkyo receiver TX-DS777

When you turn the unit on and then increase the volume, it makes the front left and right speakers will have this popping noise and then turns the whole unit completely off.


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Re: Onkyo receiver TX-DS777

You have a bad amplifier left or right whichever pops if both sides pops then it both amps

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