The tweeter on my right RTi A5 connected to my HTPC via HDMI powered by a Yamaha RX-V767 rarely cuts out and I can't hear it.
During music listening or while playing videogames on the HTPC. I adjusted the volume a bit and it kicked right back in! This has happened about thrice now in the last month. I did, by the way, notice that one of the HDMI cables was a bit loose. I removed it and plugged it back in after cleaning the contacts but I hardly think that it's the HDMI's fault because I've heard if the connection is lose there will be no picture and no sound.
Also at first I thought that the tweeter was blown but according to some posts here if it were blown than it would make no sound at all. Also on one post I read that it might have something to do with the crossover. Is there something wrong with my receiver? Are the wire contacts oxidized(is that even a thing)?
Any idea whats wrong here? It's perfectly fine right now and sounds awesome.
Thanks in advance to everyone.
On a side not when I try to access the Polk Forums I get a message that the Administrator has banned your IP address. Contact webmaster here. I did contact him and the problem went away for 2 days but now again I'm getting this message and now I can only access the forums via a proxy server.
Although I did not get a reply from him on my email address that I gave.