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YAMAHA HTR 5660 MAKES POPING SOUND WITH LOUD NOISE AND BRIGHT LIGHT

I have bose main speakers and cirvin vega surround, when I am watching a movie with the audio set to dvd auto I will get a loud poping sound out of my mains. example when their is a loud explosion or gunfire on the tv with a bright explosion or light It will pop? Any Ideas?? I do not want to pop my speakers and I have been gentle with them so far.

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  • cobfire Jan 27, 2008

    I have monster optical and monster hdmi cables. I have the hdmi going to the tv and the optical to the receiver.

  • cobfire Jan 29, 2008

    I will try this I thank you for your time

  • Alan1962 May 11, 2010

    How do you have the amp connected to the DVD player? I believe this amp has both analog and digital audio inputs, and I would guess you're using the analog (a red and a white RCA cable). Try the digital (optical) from DVD to amp and see if the problem still occurs

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Looks like you've got the best connection available - initially I thought it might have something to do with decoding the prologic signal from the analog input, but obviously not! And since you've got the audio separate from the video it is unlikely there is any interference from the video signal in the cable. Have you tried a different DVD player (I reckon that is most likely)? Also try connecting the video signal DIRECTLY from DVD to the TV if you aren't already doing so (you are anyway aren't you - the HTR 5660 doesn't have HDMI out does it?) Finally, if you have some spare cables around, try changing them - see if you get the same response when using component video cable instead of HDMI.

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