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Cracking when i turn my surround up loud, the front right speaker cracks pretty bad, so i can't turn it up all the way and get the full experience. any suggestions on how to get the cracking to stop. i even got rid of the wires they give you and bought some high quality speaker wire, but the front right is cracking bad when turned up. and its only the front right. replaced the high quality wire with another piece i cut and everything.wire, and checked the hookups and everything looks good.

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I don't know if this is a solution but I was getting the same thing and adjusted the dynamic range to min and it seemed to get rid of the crackling sound. Not sure why that works but it does.

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