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    Default buzzing noise coming from rear speaker

    One of my rear speakers is not working properly, it's making a buzzing noise when it's on. Well it's not the speaker itself, but I guess maybe the reciever. I also checked to see if the speaker wire was bad, but it wasn't that either. just wanted to know if maybe it's on a certain setting that may contribute to that buzz. Or if there is anything to look for that may cause this problem

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    Just one speaker?

    Swap the speaker to a different channel. If the buzz follows, it's the speaker. If it doesn't, it's not.

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    are you using any DSP modes? Including DPL II, DPL IIx, Logic 7, DTS Neo:6?

    it happens sometimes with DSP's ~ albeit a very slight buzz.

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    how do I swap channels? I do believe it on a dsp mode. Even if it was on DSP and had the slight buzz, wouldn't come from both speakers, instead of just the one speaker

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    not necessarily. Try using the reciever in straight 2ch. stereo mode or regular Dolby Digital 5.1 mode w/out the DSP add ons.

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