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    Default Speakers making beeping noises

    Hey folks. I desperately need some help.

    I just moved into a new house and setup a new surround sound system on my new vizio lcd tv. I purchased the RM6750 5.1 polk audio system. I have it connected through a yamaha RX-V373 receiver. I then use hdmi inputs to connect my cox communication cable box, a sony blu-ray player and my xbox 360. Everything works great except for a beeping sound that seems to keep coming from the speakers. The beep is usually one single loud beep that is quick. Sometimes it makes 2 or three back to back. My wife and I thought it was a smoke detector running low on batteries for the longest time. I just found these forums and I need some help.

    When the receiver is off, the beeping does not seem to happen.

    Last night I turned off my cellphone and I eventually still heard a beep. Was testing its interference.

    I am in no way a pro and consider myself a rookie when it comes to this.

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    It could be your receiver, your TV, blu-ray player, cable box, or even x-box. Start disconnecting components from receiver one by one until you will isolate it to one that's emitting the sound. Then look into the manual to see what that sound means, most likely some kind of an error code.

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    Yeah I will disconnect the hdmi from the receiver one by 1. The manuals have nothing about it. No beeping error and no codeshows up.

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    I unplugged everything from the receiver except the power and the 5 speakers. I removed the subwoofer as well. There is still a beeping.

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    It sounds like you have a test signal running from your receiver. Does this beeping happen all the time or is it random? Does it sound like it goes from speaker to speaker or is it coming from all speakers at the same time? My Yamaha has a test signal (beep) that rotates from speaker to speaker so I can match the output at each speaker location. I can adjust the volume individually at each speaker so the volume is consistent throughout the system at my listening spot. On my receiver, this button is located on the remote. There should be mention of it in your owner's manaul.
    Main system: Proton AA-1150, Yamaha C-4, Furman Elite-15 DMi, Nakamichi CR-1A, Marantz CD5003, Squeezebox Classic, Music Hall dac25.2, Dual 1229/Denon DL-303, Music Hall MMF-5.1/Goldring 1042, Pro-Ject Speed Box II, Sennheiser HD600, Monitor Audio Silver RS8, Monitor Audio FB-210

    HT: Sony KV-36FS100, Yamaha RX-V800, Furman Elite-15 DMi, Marantz DV6001, Polk Audio RT55i, RTi38, CS400i, (2) PSW450

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