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Wannabe Geek


# 246691 17-Feb-2019 17:07
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Hey people!

Total Noobie to this sort of thing and I seem to of found myself dumbstruck! Apologies if this is a recurring issue/ topic of conversation!
I have recently reinstalled my onkyo 706 reciever and plugged it all in.. I have kef 2005 speakers on the front , left and right with the sub that comes with that and kef 1001 on surround left and right .. long story...

Now when I fired it up it seems my front right is popping occasionally and sometimes the left too, very rarely the centre.. I have decent cable and it's all new and correctly terminated as far as I can see.. correct polarity also.. I thought it was interference so I removed all other items so now it's just receiver and sub.. I thought it could be the optical cable so removed that.. still happened.. now I tried it on radio and it seemed to of stopped?
Is there anything I am missing or can try before resigning it into the garage??

Many thanks for any guidance and apologise for any ignorance!


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Master Geek


  # 2182091 18-Feb-2019 16:44
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Does this happen with Multichannel only ie when watching a movie? You have your source connected via HDMI/Optical?. Have you tried running it in 2 channel/Stereo mode and see how it goes?




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Wannabe Geek


  # 2182220 18-Feb-2019 19:48
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hey, thanks for post.. it happens on all settings .. when I turned it on this morning it was howling at me! making horrible noise like interference over all channels, even radio and dvd etc .. settings that have nothing plugged into the back etc..


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