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I have a Yamaha RX-V640 AV receiver. When I turn on the system, one of the rear speakers makes a hissing noise and system goes in standby mode automatically. I have tried changing the speaker and speaker cable but the problem persists. What might be the reason for this and what is the solution? Thanks.

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Hi
the noise that you hear is a static, on the main circuit some components needed to be replaced. dont connect the speakers while you have this problem it can burn the speakers
if you want to fix the Amp let me know
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Jack

Posted on Oct 21, 2010

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