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Hi I have a Sony receiver, which when switched on works fine.It is operating a plasma TV and the usual DVD/Radio etc After it is on for a few minutes, I hear this loud crackling noise ( through the speakers) and the SONY unit goes into protect mode, which means I lose all sound I thought about buying another receiver, but am puzzled as it still works, It does the same thing whether the mode is TV/Radio/CD/DVD Thanks for your help

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  • michaelc292 Dec 29, 2010

    Thankyou



    I will try your suggestion



    BTW, which one is the HDMI cable, as there are many cables



    Thanks

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What it sounds like is you may have a ground fault in your system some where. This can be caused by one of your devices or the receiver its self. Also you might have a bad HDMI cable as well. The first thing I would do is try another HDMI cable to see if you get the same problem. Next I would try unpluging your other devices from the receiver to see if the problem goes away. If you have a different HDMI cable and the receiver just connect to the TV then and you still have the problem then the issue would be with the receiver.

Now something you can try is to get a ground loop isolator to connect the the device to that is generating the gounding issue to remove the rogue power from the system. If the isolator does not fix the problem you will want to replace the device that is causing the problem as it can damage your other devices.

Let me know if you have any more problems or questions

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