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My DVP5960 When I turn on my player I get a popping sound from my television

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  • sundown007 May 12, 2008

    Thanks a lot. Just wanted to be sure, first time using HDMI connection for television.not a continuing pop just a pop when it's loading an another when it starts to play.couldn't find anything in the owner's manuals. Thanks again.



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Hello there.

If you are using the HDMI connection then its well known that the tv gives an audible 'pop' when changing resolution.

This is normal.

If this is not what you are experiencing please write back.

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Is it a continuous Pop or one or a couple big pops?

Also does this happen on all inputs such as the cable, antenna, vcr, dvd player, etc. or on specific ones.

By providing me with this information, I will be able to narrow down your problem. thanks

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    Benjamin Patri May 11, 2008

    A few ideas to start with:
    i. "...volume control raises and lowers the noise level..." indicates the source of the noise is before the audio amplifier;
    ii. "...noise is present in the earphones..." tells us that it is not the speakers;
    iii. "...with a cable input or a DVI input..." shows that it is not the tuner;
    iv. "...SRS WOW on or off makes no difference..." is not 100% indicative that the SRS is not the issue, it could still be at fault;
    v. "...switching off by remote and noise continues..." - tells us that possibly the source of the noise is a board that gets its B+ also from the standby power;
    vi. the "...popping sound..." could very well be a capacitor charging/discharging;
    vii. if the "...popping sound..."
    is continuous and fairly close to one another, then it could be
    "motorboating", a low frequency oscillation/feedback which again could
    be caused by a leaky capacitor;
    viii. it is unlikely that the
    problem is a cold solder or loose connection since if ever, the problem
    would be intermittent or no sound at all; and/or
    ix. it is also possible that signal/audio wires (shielded wires) are crossing over unshielded/power/noisy wires.

    thanks to a previous posted thread by Benimur in which a person is experiencing a similar problem


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Check the connection from DVD to TV

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