I had this exact problem. The clicking is something to do with interference from the power supply cable. It seems that facing the wireless unit in the most obvious way ensures that the power cable and the right speaker cables cross. All I did was turn the unit around so that the wires no longer crossed and magically the clicking sound disappeared forever!!!
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The unit does not have a headphone output or a provision for headphones.
An option will be connecting headphones or wireless headphones that
have a digital optical input to the digital optical output of the TV.
The TV speakers should be off in order for the output to work.
if they have wires or usb plug connections or if wireless might be a usb input device you plug in you will need to connect
your speakers to your computer then you will need to install them to your
computer if your computer came with
a motherboard disc the sound drivers could be on it click start control panel
administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to sound,video and
game controllers you might see a yellow question exclamation mark? ! or a red X
Right click to reinstall drivers click start control panel
sounds and audio,volume,advanced,speakers make sure you have selected the (((appropriate speakers)))
also audio you will find 3 drop down lists make sure you have the correct
settingsthere also click start control panel
sounds and audio devices select advanced there might be a tick in the mute box
untick it click start control panel
sounds and audio devices you can adjust the volume there also select speaker
volume you can change your settings there you can also tick in the box place
icon in taskbar for any sound settings by right clicking on the speaker icon
then you are ready to position your speakers if you have
more than 2 you might need to select stereo
It's never a good idea to adapt prescribed connectors to bare speaker wire or vice versa.
Speaker Level and Line Level signals are worlds apart and equipment damage may result. Your Denon (model unknown) probably requires a POWERED SUBWOOFER, to which it would provide Line Level LFE from its Pre Out.
Read the manual where it doesn't say to convert a speaker wire to RCA.
when you play real DVDs? im assuming you do DVD quality is higher than standard TV signals and also TV signals are subject to noise from the envionment as for DVD there is every little chance for noise because its from DVD player to speakers.
what you could try is swapping the cables that carry sound from the DVD palyer to the system with the ones that carry sound from the TV to the system if you can
and see if that helps but i doubt that it will help
all i can say is you have to live with the noise or get a HD reciver or something along those lines
also i just read that the back speakers are wireless temporarily move the wireless speakers towards the transmitter and see if the noise stops
or if you can hard wire them temporarily and see if it helps
Try "Process of Elimination" to see what is causing the problem. Unplug/remove other electronic device nearby that may be causing an electrical interference. When the noise is gone then theat item(s) will be you problems. You may want to locate to an different area out of reach. Start with items like cordless phones....basically anything else that transmit an wireless signal.
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I'm having this same problem; it worked all ok in the beginning then one day it didn't and no matter what I try it doesn't seem to connect. Similarly im getting the W1 flashing and even when I take the receiver and move it closer (even within a few feet) it still wont pick it up. I've removed the wireless home phone and baby monitor from within the room without any result. I cannot think of anything else that could be interfering. Any advice or resolution would be much appreciated.
Are you saying you lose the color on your TV while using these speakers? That is a WEIRD problem! If they are wireless speakers, then their transmitters are emitting a frequency which is interfering with the color oscillator circuits in your TV. Surely, a different speaker system will cure the problem - you just happened to get a set that uses a transmitting frequency which doesn't agree with your TV's color circuits. You might try placing a flat sheet of metal between the transmitter and your TV. If the color comes back, you've found the problem!
AUX usually refers to an INPUT, such as a CD player, etc. No signal comes out of a standard AUX jack, unless it specifically says "Aux speaker output". Instead, look for another speaker output jack, such as remote speaker, B speakers, etc. You may only have one set of speaker output jacks, in which case you would need to connect your wireless speaker to the speaker output jacks along with your main speakers, or buy a little speaker selector switch box to switch between main and wireless speakers. There's usually no harm in connecting more than one speaker set to the same outputs, though it is technically not recommended. In the real world, just don't crank it too loud and you'll be fine. The wireless speaker MIGHT run off of a standard line output also, if the wireless speaker has its own power amplifier.