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    Default Broken bind post?

    Hey guys,
    First post. I have a small hometheatre just in my room. 5.1 setup with samsung avr730s (not exactly great). My issue is that the front right in my setup has a constant static like sound, regardless of the input going into the receiver. I tried switching speakers to see if I could isolate one bad speaker but it is just whatever speaker is plugged into the front right. I am assuming that the issue is the binding post but i really have no idea as I am a bit new to this. Also if it is the binding post what do I do? Do I need to buy a new receiver cause cash is tight right now.

    Merry Christmas and thanks for the help!

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    Try switching your rca cables, left and right, if the static moves to the left side you will know it is an rca cable.
    If its not a rca, then try a different source (cd player, dvd player ect.)and see if the static is still there.
    Then it is most likely your receiver.


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    I'm using hdmi cables. I tried changing the speaker wires over. Whatever is plugged into the "right" speaker bind post gets the static. I replaced the cable too- still static. Im assuming it is the bind post. Does anyone in Toronto know where to get a receiver repaired?

    Thanks for the welcome!

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    Samsung ones. It is a htib but not an htib w just a DVD or blu ray it's an htib with a real receiver and hdmi pass through and lpcm etc etc... Does a good job for the money. It isn't the speakers though. I swapped one out with Boston acoustics surround from main home theatre downstairs and no change still static.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregorysugar View Post
    I'm using hdmi cables. I tried changing the speaker wires over. Whatever is plugged into the "right" speaker bind post gets the static. I replaced the cable too- still static. Im assuming it is the bind post. Does anyone in Toronto know where to get a receiver repaired?

    Thanks for the welcome!
    You can ask a Samsung Technician here:
    http://www.justanswer.com/sip/samsun...FQrt7QodeUOTmw

    This is FixYa:
    Scroll to bottom of the page to ask a question about receivers:
    http://www.fixya.com/support/browse/receivers


    Hope you get it fixed Gregory!

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