Re: popping sound from speaker when changing channels
Apparently this happens with some cable boxes and receiver combinations. When you change the channel the intermission period cuts the sound and starts back up again when the signal goes through or picture appears. I know its annoying I have a samsung 720 and trying to figure this out switching hdmis and switching speakers and same problem. There is nothing wrong with your box or receiver just something you have to deal with or get some other reciever i don't think Denon recievers do this
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If the amplifier itself is making the popping sound I suggest you disconnect it immediately, as it could be an electrical short within the amp. If the popping sound is actually coming from the speakers, it could be due to a crossed wire, blown amp channel, or blown speaker. If you posses the technical know-how, you can test the amp channel and speaker by connecting a different speaker to the channel responsible for the popping sound. If the new speaker makes the same popping noise then it is most likely a blown channel. I hope this helps =)
If the sound stays with the speaker, then the problem is with the speaker not the receiver (unless I misunderstand). You state that changing the speakers that the sound stays with the speaker. This means that both channels are producing sound, it is the speaker which is defective. You can verify this by using a 9V battery. Quickly touch the leads from the speakers to the battery. You should hear a pop or click. If the speaker is defecive, you won't hear anything.
you replaced the power amp ic before that you need investigate the condition of power ic and it's very simple when you terned on the tv set you can hear the small pop noice from the tv speaker means the power ic is good other way is just tuch the screw driver to sound if output stage you can hear the DERRR sound from the speaker
if it ok pls check the mute transistor
for the popping, go to windows sounds and switch it off so you wont get any sounds by clicking.<goto control pannel-> sounds -> goto 'sound' tab -> under 'sound scheme' select no sounds. this will solve your problem temporarily.
This is not a problem, this means that your system is working. Polar Express was recorded in Surround Sound with separate tracks for each speaker channel. In most movies you will find that the rear speakers will only play certain sound effects so that it appears they are coming from behind you (gun shot, train, fireworks). Most of the diaglouge will come through the center channel and music/effects through the front left and right, with bass coming from the subwoofer.
Now, you can still hear more from the rear speakers if you like this enveloping effect, or if you like your music coming from all directions. There are Sound Effects options to have the front and back speakers always playing the front track, there is Dolby Pro Logic II that turns stereo sounds (like many TV shows) automatically into 5.1 Surround Sound, and you can also individually change the volume of each speaker.
These are all explained on page 29 of your owner's manual under Sound Options. If you need specific button to button help, let me kow.
well, is a generic problem to see ...but starting with your TV, hometheather, you should check if you have a lot bass on it, down a little the bass to see, and check if your sub is not bad.
I dunno know the brand nore the TV , so you should go and play a little with settings on sound fields on the hometheather.