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Pioneer VSX-D85OS very loud static through speakers.

I had this pioneer since 2001 and no problems until last week. I was playing a moving and all of a sudden I had loud static though my speakers. So loud my daughters started to cry. Now I will get about 20 seconds of sound ie radion station, cd, and surround and the loud static starts cracking through the speakers. Is my reciever done, or a easy fix.

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  • Anonymous Nov 18, 2008

    My Teac AG-V8060 does the same thing.  previous owner said it would happen but I have been using it for a few years and no issue until last week.  After 3 minutes or so being on playing at a moderate volume, very loud static began to come out of the left front channel.  I'm not sure what speaker mode it was in, I was just concerned about shutting it off so my nice speakers wouldn't fry.  


    I turned it back on to see if it was temporary, and of course it happened again only after a couple seconds.


    So it's sitting on my bed, open, and i can't find anything loose but i'm guessing i have a loose solder or bad something that craps out when it warms up.  


    any help is greatly appriciated, i can't afford a new system right now and that means I have several large speakers taking up space and a small shelf system for my music!  gah....

  • Anonymous Dec 28, 2008

    I have the same problem with this same model around the same time you posted. I checked all the speaker wiring but was unable to fix it. My 13 yr old son later told me to disconnect the power to the unit. I do not remember whether that resolved the issue right afterward. Since then the problem went away.

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Its over heating no cheap fix. But wait if u buy an eternal fan n place it on top or behind it will do the trick. Try blowing on top when static happens n sound comes back on.

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SOURCE: Connecting a sub-woofer to Pioneer VSX-453 surround reciever

connect to same terminals as front speakers, this will also cause reduced volume from front speakers. (as per owners manual)

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You have a flashing "mute" on the display?...accordianman

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SOURCE: I have a Pioneer VSX-D411

Circuit problems -- take to pro/tech for check put

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SOURCE: Pioneer VSX-4900S Receiver Connections

I know this is an old post but run front speaker outputs to the inputs on the sub then from the sub to the front speakers. bam!! it should work

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