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I have 2 Sony W-60's and both are experiencing audio drop. It is mostly from recorded material but also live programming at times. This does not happen with the optical connection for the main room, only the composite feed to the bedroom. Any ideas?
 

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Hi,


Have you attempt to reboot/reset the UTV? UTV Code: 12357


Have you allowed the UTV to cool down a few hours or overnight? (Unplug)


Are your UTVs staying cool?


Check for weak tuner signals that need tweaking.


Is the problem with the UTV or could it be cables, your TV, and/or A/V Receiver?


Later,
 

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Hi,


Have you attempt to reboot/reset the UTV? UTV Code: 12357


Have you allowed the UTV to cool down a few hours or overnight? (Unplug)


Are your UTVs staying cool?


Check for weak tuner signals that need tweaking.


Is the problem with the UTV or could it be cables, your TV, and/or A/V Receiver?


Later,
Thanks David.


1) Have not tried any codes but will now, thank you.

2) I do not unplug them but they do get turned off at night.

3) They do stay cool in an A/C'ed component closet.

4) Signal strength is right at 100%.

5) Don't know about cables, it's not TV, and it could be the Russound multi-zone piece.


Thanks again.
 

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Or it could just be a little oxidation at the contacts -- either where the RCA plugs enter utv or sound system, sometimes even the source contacts at the switch within your sound system receiver.


Jiggle, jiggle. Good luck.
 

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Thanks Watching. Like many annoying problems, it has now gone away and I have no idea why. I'll just be thankful until it starts again. Thanks folks.
 
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