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Intermittent, random, loud popping noises.

With just the speakers hooked up to receiver, no antennas or input devices, volume set at minimum, system makes loud popping noises. Also, whenever I press any control button on the front it makes a loud clicking sound through the speakers a minimum volume.

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You should check the outline ctrl..for a mic...it could produce a noise...if you have your speakers connected to pc...check the position of the plugs and the volumen of mic put in down...

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