Question about JVC RX-7000V Receiver
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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