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Digital audio problems

I have my DVD Recorder connected via optical cable to a yamaha receiver. Lately the digital audio signal has been stuttering, regardless if playing from harddisk or DVD

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Try using a different cable for starters, regular rca, another optical or coaxial. If the optical works, then its a cable problem. If the coaxial works(and another optical doesnt), then its a cable/jack problem. If the RCA works(and the rest don't), then its a problem with the digital output. Try blowing into the holes, and if nothing works and you can't find any other advice, contact Pioneer. Good luck

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