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I have an older onkyo integra (TX-870) which pop when I change stations, then no sound. Need to turn off and begin again. Can this be fixed or should I purchase a new 2 channel sys?

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Hi, It sounds like you are listening F.M. radio and the F.M. muting button is engaged ( as well it should be-otherwise you will have static between the stations ) sometimes there is almost a "THUMP" sound when you switch stations-this is caused by the receivers P.L.L. circuitry losing then locking in on stations, if you do not lower the system volume you will amost assuredly cause an overload of your final drivers, that's why it will come back on when turned off-it has reset. Turning off fm muting will get rid of the "POPPING" noise-it will however leave you with unbearable static which in turn should cause you to lower volume momentarily eliminating the need to constantly turn off the receiver. Thank for asking FixYa, I hope this helps, let me know how I did or if I can be of more assistance, good luck Prodzilla

Posted on Apr 13, 2011

  • Anonymous Apr 14, 2011

    This solved the problem. I forgot to add the same thing occurs when I change from cd to phono, or phono to vcr, etc. It pops when I turn the unit off too.

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