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LEFT SPEAKER HAVE STATIC SOUND AND NOT CLEAR

MY LEFT SPEAKER DOES NOT OUTPUT A CLEAR SOUND; I HAVE RECHECKED THE CONNECTIONS BUT IT STILL DOESN'T CLEAR UP.
THIS ONLY HAPPENS IN THE SURROUND, DPS LOGIC, HOME THX CINEMA AND DOLBY PRO LOGIC 7 DOLBY 3 STEREO

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Hey there

The magnets collect dust and cause static noise. The wire connections could be loose too. Clean the dust off the magnets and diaphrams(carefully) and check all connections to the speakers.

Check maybe a microphone is on and is close t o your speaker it also happens a lot .

also, if the speaker is very near to a powersource and monitor, this would also give the static sound, so put it away from those 2

also check the wiring because loose wiring tend to minimize the sound output of the speaker. if you see a cut there, its better to tape it up or rather replace the whole wire to successfully get rid of the static sound problem.

When the sound cracks or the effect of the surround is difficult to hear, This only means that the system
activates the Dolby digital bass redirection circuitry and outputs the bass frequencies of the speaker from
subwoofers. thus, your other speaker sometimes recieve too much frequency making it sound dull or too static.

feel free to post any questions that you have

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Posted on Apr 02, 2008

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Since this only occurs when digital processing is involved, it suggests that the problem lies within that module. This is not a connection problem. It is a processing problem. Expect a cost of $50-$75 for parts plus the local labor rate for repair.
Dan

Posted on Apr 02, 2008

  • ABRsvcs Apr 02, 2008

    I hate to disagree with another poster here, but I have been repairing audio for a long time. I have also been an Onkyo authorized service center. The problem lies within the digital processing section. What Early1234 has stated is true, but would effect all sounds not only when the processing is engaged.



    The voice coil is isolated from dust collection by the spider (orange part close to the magnet) and the dust cap (the round hump in the center of the speaker. It is unlikely that dust would effect a speaker.

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    senyah_el Oct 21, 2012

    How does on fix this issue I have the same problem

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Hi what are you listening to like cds or tape or radio also are you using copy cds

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