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Digital audio cuts out.

I had my Denon 1802 connected to a dish network HD box. The National Geo. channel sound came in short spurts. All other channels OK. I switched to cable TV using a Motorola HD box. Same problem, same channel, all others work fine. The sound is fine from the TV speakers and the Denon works OK if I switch off the Dolby Digital.

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  • TtheP Jul 03, 2008

    My 1802 produces tiny "bursts" of Dolby Digital 5.1 on Foxtel HD satellite channels in Australia. It did the same with the Pearl Harbour DVD.

  • hectic Aug 19, 2008

    hi   I have intermittent spurts of sound on all HD tv channels with my Denon amp. Other channels are fine. Any solutions?


  • rdlenny Oct 26, 2008

    I have this problem on an AVR-1802 in Australia on all TV shows with DD5.1 tracks. Demo loop on Channel 70 used to work ok and Channel 90 used to be ok until "9" changed something. Getting this problem through two different DTV sources (TV and STB), one using optical and the other with coax SPDIF inputs. It seems that the Amp keeps switching between Pro-Logic and Dolby Digital formats. Advertisement audio comes through fine as Pro-Logic audio though.

  • pwhtx Dec 14, 2008

    I have had this same problem with various channels. Right now it is affecting 5-10 on my Verizon FiOS HD stations. Nat Geo is definitely one of them. Fox News & Business are two others.

  • shane_r Dec 31, 2008

    I have the same problem on 4 specific HDTV channels (via Explorer 8300HD). All other HDTV channels are fine. Problem is the same using coax or optical digital inputs. I have swapped out the Explorer 8300HD, same problem. Cable provider has been on site and advise all is fine with their equipment and signals, but are certainly puzzled as to why on 4 specific channels. DVD and BlueRay work fine.

  • Anonymous Apr 22, 2009

    On Nat-Geo, VS, FSN, Palladium the DD cuts out and is unwatchable, If I switch over to "virtual" the sound comes through fine. VS and Palladium were fine until roughly 3-4 months ago. All other DD sound channels are fine. I called Denon they said cable box problem, Comcast said all is well, it's a receiver problem.

  • pwhtx May 11, 2010

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Hi,
I have same DD 5.1 tiny "bursts" problem with satellite HD channel. It is probably problem with Crystal DSP (German site): http://forum.digitalfernsehen.de/forum/showthread.php?t=89328&page=3
"Denon bietet Lösung für EX-Flag-Problem bei den Modellen AVR-1602 und AVR-1802 an

07.08.2002(cr)
Dass die Denon AV-Receiver AVR-1802 und AVR-1602 die mit einem DD 5.1EX-Flag versehenen Tonspur von "Atlantis" und dem "Herrn der Ringe"nicht abspielen können, ist ein spezifisches Problem von einerbestimmten Revision des in diesen Geräten verbauten Crystal DSPs.Dieser Chip wird u.a auch in einigen Kenwood- und Onkyo-Modelleneingesetzt.Da es von diesem Crystal Chip unterschiedliche verbauteRevisionen gibt, von denen aber nur eine bestimmte betroffen ist,werden die beiden Filme auf dem größten Teil der verkauften AV-Receiverohne Schwierigkeiten laufen.
Denon bietet nun für alle betroffenen Kunden, die ihr Gerät beimdeutschen autorisierten Fachhandel erworben haben, eine kostenloseModifikation an. Das Gerät muss beim entsprechenden Fachhändlerabgegeben werden mit dem Hinweis auf das Herr-der-Ringe- bzw.Atlantis-Problem.
Momentan steht nur eine begrenzte Anzahl an DSPs zur Verfügung - Denonhofft, dass kurzfristig ein größeres Kontingent eintrifft.
Denon bittet daher die Kunden freundlich um Verständnis, dass nichtalle betroffenen Geräte auf einmal und sofort umgerüstet werden können."

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

  • makeh Jan 04, 2009

    Translation by BabelFish:

    Denon offers solution for ex flag problem with the models to AVR-1602
    and AVR-1802.
    07.08.2002 (CR)

    That the Denon AV-receiver AVR-1802 and AVR-1602 with a DD 5.1EX-Flag
    the provided clay-purely of " Atlantis" and " Master of the Ringe" not
    to play, is a specific problem of one-certain revision of the Crystal
    DSPs. This chip is used among other things also in some Kenwood and Onkyo Modells. Since there are different revisions blocked by this Crystal chip, by
    which however only a certain is affected, the two films on the largest
    part of the sold AV-receivers without difficulties will run.
    Denon offers now for all customers concerned, who acquired its
    equipment with-German authorized specialized trade, a free
    modification. The equipment must be specialist dealer-delivered with
    the appropriate with the reference to the gentleman the ring and/or
    Atlantis problem. Momentarily only a limited number of DSPs is available - Denon hopes that a larger contingent arrives at short notice.
    Denon asks hence the customers friendly for understanding that all
    devices concerned cannot be reequipped at one time and immediately.

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