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We will be watching the tv or any other audio or video source and the receiver makes a "pop" and the audio goes out. If we are watching TV the picture stays on till I turn off the amp to reboot then I don't even get the picture. I get nothing from the DVD or VHS player either. The way I have been geting it to work again is to turn the receiver on and off or waiting and try turning on 30 min or ab hour later. I do not think it is a thermal issue because I turned it on this afternoon after it had been off for 3 or 4 hours and it didn't work. It took me about 30 minutes of fiddling in with turning it on and off to get it to work. This happened about 3 months ago and the problem didn't happen again until today. I tried contacting Denon but they said they had no idea what was wrong.

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Sorry to say it, but you just need to get a new receiver. There is probably a capacitor going bad on the circuit board. It's only a matter of time before it quits completely. The only other option is to take it to a repair shop where it can be tested. Hope this helps.

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Without specific details...

In general, ins go to outs; compatible connectors need no modification.

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Hello,
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2-Try to eliminate the use of optical output from tv to receiver. There may be a problem from the HDMI to optical conversion at the tv. Instead, try running the audio directly from the source to the receiver, and let the tv deal with video input only.
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