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Terrible POP in speaker. HELP!!

Discussion in 'Beginners, General Questions' started by JasonMIL, Apr 2, 2003.

  1. JasonMIL

    JasonMIL Member

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    I have my HT set up in the living room and every time I power the system on, I get a loud popping sound from the speakers. Also, whenever I power on the HT system, a get the same popping sound from my computer speakers which share a common wall in the bedroom with the HT system (small apartment)
    I assume that the cause is that the outlets in each room share common wiring since they are in the same wall, but I have no other placement options so the computer and HT will have to stay where they are. Given that, is there anything I can do to rid myself of this popping sound? Thanks in advance.

    J
     
  2. Jeremy Stockwell

    Jeremy Stockwell Well-Known Member

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    Title sounds like a . . . um . . . personal problem that would belong in After Hours.

    Jason, you might ask a mod to change the title. [​IMG]

    JKS
     
  3. brentl

    brentl Well-Known Member

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    Somebosy might have other ideas, but I think that your amps mute circuit doesn't delay long enough.

    Please describe your system.

    Brent
     
  4. JasonMIL

    JasonMIL Member

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    My system is:

    Panasonic SAHE100K Receiver
    Panasonic DVD player
    Sony SAVE335 5.1 Speakers
    Toshiba Flat Screen TV
    Comcast Digital Cable
     
  5. Myo K

    Myo K Well-Known Member

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    i had popping noise form my speakers when i raised and lowered the volume, it turned out to be a defective receiver [​IMG]
     

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