Question about Rotel RX-965 Receiver
Hi all, I have Rotel RX965 everything goes well until I'm turning it off.
When I turn off the receiver, the speakers making "pop noise" but only the center and the surround speakers. I'm sure it can damage the speakers for the long term.
Now, the technician said it is a problem with the digital card and he can replace some parts and fix it. The problem is it cost 130$. Before I'm saying yes, I wonder if there is any reasonable workaround which can help me fix it myself and save the money. Please help.
Thanks in advance
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Rotel RX-800
I have an RX 600 - which has just gone 'phut' - which is how I came today to find this website ! I once had your speaker problem but eventually tracked it down to a bad connection of the speaker cable into the rear of the Receiver. Plastic sheathing and dust was partly in the way. Strip off a bit more plastic to expose fresh bright wire, and remake secure tug-proof connection before you try anything else. Oh, and while you doing it, do the others as well !
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
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