Onyko 575x: getting feedback

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  1. Chuck C

    Chuck C Cinematographer

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    I need to know if I have a power issue or a hardware issue...every now and then, there is a slight popping from the speakers, it doesn't even mater which source or soundmode.
    This problem has appeared within the last two weeks. Also I believe this dorm is a home theater nightmare. I've poverloaded the wall several times causing shortouts. I solved that problem by hooking the two surge protectors to separate outlets! Anyway, what is a man to do? I worry. [​IMG]
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  2. Jeffrey Forner

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    When does the popping occur? Is it in the middle of a soundtrack or when you switch chapters/titles on a DVD? This happens on my home theater sometimes when I switch between test signals on the Avia Guide to Home Theater, but if what you're hearing is anything like that, I don't think you have to worry about it.
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  3. Chuck C

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    Nope, it happens at random...i'd describe it as a staticky pop. It's a power problem, I know it...it's probably due to our neighbors turning on their microwave or something.
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  4. RandyS

    RandyS Auditioning

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    Chuck,
    My 575x does the same thing when my ice maker in the kitchen refrigerator fills up. I'll bet it's something in your apt/house that comes on... check to see what else is on your circuit.
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