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Hi Mark!! Thank you very much for the help with DTS optical input!! Now I can get to enjoy DTS surround sound, but there is a worry! I have speakers that are same size and power to front and rear speakers, and the JVC accidentally selected front and centre to be "large", while the rear speakers were "small". Not sure if that affected my rear speakers, but when I try to play Toy Story 2 at the beginning, I hear loud crackles and pops from my rear speakers whenever there is something happening on screen... is there damage to the speakers? I set them all speakers to "small", just in case... or what should i do? thanks again Mark!!

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Hey! Make shure your amp and blu-ray player output and input signals are set to "bitsteam" and you are useing HDMI and optical connections. I hooked up my Onkyo tx sr 506 integrated amp to a Samsung BD 1400 player and everthing worked perfectly right out of the box. Perhaps your amp can"t decode DTS HD Master or your blue ray doesn't support it although i think a firmware upgrade may accomplish this. Put on The Chronicles of Narnia Prince Caspian which will DEFAULT to DTS HD MASTER 7.1 and see if it works. It's an excellent source to test your system. Picture and audio recieved 5 stars from Home Theatre magaziene and like i said, either your amp, or player doesn't support it or your interconnects are keeping it from coming thru. HDMI and OPTICAL connects and check your set up for "bitstream" Remember what Todd Rundgren allways said,"Everything will work if you just let it!"

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hi,
check the digital output setting of ur media player. it should be in the format raw not pcm. also check the audio format of ur movies in the media player. is it dolby digital ,dts or mp3. if u have down loded the videos it will be in mp3 format unless u have selected the dts downloads. if it is in mp3 or any other formate ur receiver will not support. if u press the surround button on ur remote u can select artificial surround effect for the mp3 audio.
ok

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Cracks and pops are dangerous. Can you tell if they might be circuit overloads or maybe digital decoding errors?

Are you routing bass to small speakers. THAT would definitely have audible problems. Define all of your speakers Large vs Small based on their bass-handling capacity.

ONLY DTS? Probably NOT the speakers or amps. How many sources are involved? Could be with the source or cabling.

Does it happen at low volumes, too? Then it would probably be digital in origin.

Do the indicators various digital surround mode indicators flicker or turn off when the pops appear?

As for the rest of your questions, I'd set everything at flat and start all over. If you're maxxing out any settings, something is wrong.

Posted on Jan 04, 2011

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