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Speaker Distortion, set-up problems?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by RayHiga, May 25, 2001.

  1. RayHiga

    RayHiga Auditioning

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    Hello,
    I am having speaker distortion while playing DVDs, before going further this is my equipment list to give you a better understanding of the situation,
    DVD Player - Sony D530
    Reciever - Kenwood VR 407
    Speakers - Kenwood HTB 503 ( home theater in a box)
    Subwoofer - Sony WMSA 40
    Surge Protector - Monster Cable HTS 700
    Speaker Cable Solutions 16 gauge ( no banana connectors or spades)
    RCA - Digital TOSlink Optical Cable from DVD - Reciever.
    I made all the adjustments manually to the reciever/dvd player, like putting the subwoofer yes, making the front speakers read "normal", etc...
    The rest of the set-up is factory setting, (until I get an AVIA disc)
    Now to the problem,
    - Whenever I watch any DVD movie, if the volume goes past -30db, or at -30db, I hear a slight thumping noise from all speakers, and will continue for each time I press the volume control up like to -29db, 28db and so on.
    I have had this problem before and was told to get a surge protector and upgrade the factory speaker wire, but the problem still consists.
    Any suggestions, comments or advice is greatly appreciated.
    Thanks
    Ray
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  2. Dan Hitchman

    Dan Hitchman Cinematographer

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    Could be a bad volume control sending feedback to your speakers. I've played with mixing consoles before that had a shielding or wiring problem with their volume circuitry and got the same kind of noise you are describing.
    Dan
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