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Panasonic SC-PT467 Wireless speakers Clicking

Hello basically when i turn the speakers on i sometimes get a clicking noise out of the right wireless speaker. The wireless system is not next to any conflicting things?
any ideas?

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  • CKDMaster Aug 16, 2008

    I have the exact same problem... only the right rear wireless speaker. Clicking sound, at a rate of about 4/second. If the volume is turned up, you dont notice it... until there is a quiet part of the movie... then it drives me nuts.

  • Anonymous Oct 14, 2008

    I have same problem with a Panasonic#SC-PT460 home theatre system with the wireless #SH-FX67 SYSTEM.The clicking comes through both speakers however it is louder out of the right side.The problem is intermittant but on going.

  • Anonymous Dec 07, 2008

    Same deal here. Right wireless speaker from hell. I found that if you power off/on it will stop the clicking for about 45 min. 
    But I'm with you, it's driving me crazy!!!

  • Anonymous Feb 01, 2009

    Same. SC-PT865

  • vinnymate Feb 03, 2009

    Exactly the same thing with mine - just the right wireless speaker, and just does the clicking thing intermittently. Very annoying.

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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!!!

Good luck !!

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