Big problem with harmankardon receiver, please, please help me!!!

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  1. Albert Hernan

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    Hi, my system is the HK AVR225 and 5 JBL speakers

    The problem is the following:

    Almost always, after some minutes of beginning a movie the front left an rigth speaker make a sound like: PUFF! and they stop the sound, and they work the next day again (aprox. after 10 hours).

    But, the problem is not the speakers, it is the reciever because I change the rigth or left speaker to the central position and they work perfectly, and I change the central speaker to the position rigth or left channel and it doesn't sound.

    Which will the problem be? please help me!!!

    Sorry for my bad English.

    Thanks!
     
  2. John S Choi

    John S Choi Agent

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    TRY RESETING the whole system.
    Run only main speakers for while in stereo mode only.
    It seem like is from either front amp or microprocessor.
     
  3. Albert Hernan

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    Yes, I'm just reset rigth after post this thread but it doesn't solve the problem..... : ( thanks John.
     
  4. Albert Hernan

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    Help! [​IMG]
     
  5. Brian_Tho

    Brian_Tho Stunt Coordinator

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    Get a different receiver!
     
  6. CurtisC

    CurtisC Second Unit

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    I second the different avr,I have heard this before.good luck.
     
  7. Doug Brewster

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    If all the speakers are the same, it's definately a problem within the receiver... Or(the only other slight possibility)the speaker cable... Doubt that's it...

    Doug
     
  8. Jose G

    Jose G Supporting Actor

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    I own an HK 225 and what you are describing shouldn't be- return it and get a new one ASAP!
     

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