Both of my Denons, when playing a CD gets stuck or hiccups....
I have two denon, and I thought the problem was only with one of them, but they both get stuck or hiccups on a track, when I use the pitch bend. It doesn't happen all the time, but it happens often. Any ideas?
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1. Get a glass of water.
2. While holding the glass and making sure not to spill the water, bend forward at your waist at an almost 90 degree or perpendicular angle.
3. With the glass in front of your mouth, drink at the opposite side of the glass. If done correctly, this would make you bend your head forward as you drink. It would seem like you're drinking in an upside down manner.
4. After 3 or 4 gulps of water, stand up straight and it's a surefire that your hiccups are gone!
Register (free) at Vinyl Engine and download the service manual. The adjustment you need to do seems fairly simple. You will need a turntable strobe disk to get the the speed right, unless you have perfect pitch.
Its possible you center channel is fried and keeps burning up the channel output on the reciever. Next thought is that, yes it was a bad model. First make sure that the speaker is good by putting another speaker in its place, or by checking the speaker with another system for sound quality. If it sound high pitched and it takes alot of volume to hear, than its toast and get rid of it.