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I am checking out a Denon AVR-588 for a buddy who is having an issue. It is giving white noise and a distorted popping sound. I verified is a good audio input, also tried different speakers. Still having the same issue. Do I have many options or should we be looking for a local tech who can work on it? Is it really worth fixing? It looks like a really nice receiver, older, but a 7.1 with an extra zone channel as well.. Thanks for your help / input.
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Is this issue with all sources and all type audio tracks? Try resetting the microprocessor (see Owner's manual p. 38). Also try swapping out the HDMI cables.

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I tried two hdmi and a composite and got the same issue he was having at his house so that's a different source. I'll try resetting the processor after vacation. I'll have to look up the manual, he didn't give me one.
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If resetting the microprocessor doesn't resolve the issue, he's likely better served replacing it with a newer model. This was the lowest level model and does not have Audyssey MultEQ which would likely provide a marked improvement in audio quality. Getting a clearance sale on either last year's 1612 or 1712 would be a nice upgrade.

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Another option would be buying a refurb model ...

http://www.accessories4less.com/make-a-store/item/DENAVR1612/DENON-AVR-1612-5.1-Channel-A/V-Home-Theater-Receiver/1.html

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Hi deboardfam, give this a whirl ... remove receiver cover and dust off the interior with compressed air. Just note to power off completly, unplug all cables including power cord.
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