Originally Posted by jbauer
Thanks for the note.
This morning, I determined that it's definitely the AV7005. I moved the cable that was feeding my front left to the front right on the AV7005, and the static stayed on the same channel.
Ok, so other than bringing it to a shop, any other ideas for things I might be able to do?
This is interesting. I have the av7005 amd there 7055 amplifier , and a few months ago I had this static discharge sound in my rear left channel . It happens at start up , and does its thing for approx 15-30 minutes, then goes away ?
I was going to reset the computer to see if it would resolve it , but it just recently corrected itself. I had this feeling a reset wouldn't resolve it though .
I was going to trouble shoot it , but been lazy and assumed it was the 7005 causing the issues .
I cannot remember my past issues , but I remember resetting the computer a half dozen times for one reason or another .
Was going to jump ship and buy an Anthem 60 , but recently learned they don't have a built in music client like the Marrantz, so I'm keeping the Marrantz for now .
The av7005 is on a power filter , and it's a dedicated 20amp circuit going to the stereo .
I am replacing the amp very soon , either an anthem P5 or Arcam's P49 and P349 .
I was hoping that would correct this static issue, but I believed it was the av7005 causing it all this time , and you guys have pretty much figured out as much .
I want better amplifters regardless if it helped or not though.