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i keep getting a crackling sound when watching movies. i cant tell where its coming from. what could be causing this? its realy annoying. or how could i check the proplem? need help.

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also its not all the time, just now and then.

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Your tweeter can be blown or your reciever cant handle the power or your wiring can be off or it can be your source.

Play 2 movies and when the sound comes on put your ear to right next to the speakers and if its all speakers doing that its your recievr.
If its one particular speaker out of all your speakers its your speaker with a blown tweeter. Play 2 sources to check if its the source.

Unplug all your speakers then replug it back in and if its doing the same thing, its the tweeter thats blown.
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Its either your source or your reciever. Its getting distorted.
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ok it seems to be the front right speaker thats making the noise. it only happens now and then though, not all the time. should i unplug my FR speaker and continue to listen just to make sure?

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Are you running a sub and where are your main R&L speakers crossed over at? Is it too much bass coming thru the L&R speakers?
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ok it seems to be the front right speaker thats making the noise. it only happens now and then though, not all the time. should i unplug my FR speaker and continue to listen just to make sure?

Is that with all movies/music cds etc?
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def not the source. iv herd this crackling noise with a few diff movies and tv shows. so i guess its my FR or amp. my receiver is sony str-dh820 and my front speakers are tannoy. i dont think its the speaker cable as they are qed air locked pluged.

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yea my sub is a monolith ff. my fronts are set to small and the cross freq is 80.

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Play the same source, and hook your FL speaker to the FR channel and check if it makes the same noise... If it does the same thing its your amp.
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ok cool ill give that a go

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yea i can still hear it. this time it sounded like it came from the ceiling lol. i guess its the receiver. thanks for your tips.

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Yep, the crossover and wiring for your front right channel is damaged, thats why its throwing off a different soundstage. Its your amp.
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