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DENON AVR-1905 centre channel dropout

When watching something the voices (centre channel) will dissapear, sometimes switching the amp off and on again works, if not then i have to reset it. When it happens even the test tone from the reciever is barely audible through cenrte speaker. I have changed both the speaker cable and speaker to no effect.

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    Excellent, thanks for the quick reply, just one thing - where do i find the voltage regulators?

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I have seen this a few times. Try resoldering the pins on the voltage regulators. If you are not comfortabel with that, bring the unit to a service shop and report the problem as intermittant. Have them resolder the regulators and the surround output amp chips. This should cost only a minimal labor amount. That may resolve the problem. If not, then we'll need to look into the surround processing circuitry.
Dan

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