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Crackling sound through speakers while watching dvd movie

I have a yamaha rx-v361 amp and a samsung dvd-r155. While watching a movie I am getting a intermitent crackling noise through my surround speakers. I have checked everything that I can (speaker connection,optical lead, amp settings? dvd settings ect). This has become very frustrating as the noise does not happen while watching all dvds.
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