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    Wow...I'm an idiot Totally didn't realize the problem was related to the reciever! Thank God in all my bitstreaming from my 1400 I never had this happen. If it didn't ruin my speakers it definately would've ruined a pair of my boxers.
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    I have the Onkyo SR705 and never experienced this problem. Sucks some have though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StarkyLuv View Post
    I have the Onkyo SR705 and never experienced this problem. Sucks some have though.
    I guess you've been lucky, as I have the same receiver and I got it during "The Orphanage." Remember, it only occurs on some titles that use DTS-HD MA and you must be bitstreaming to your receiver. I've updated my DSPs and I think I've solved the problem, but I'm not 100% sure.
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    Youll aslo get the DTS bomb with Jeff Dunham's Christmas Special

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    hey guys i have a sony dg820 and using a and i just got the popping noise on harold and kumar2 e.f.g.b. and so did some more people so i think it may me the disc... i've never had this problem on any of my other movies and i don't think it's just when you're bitstreaming.'Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay' - High-Def Digest Review
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    I have a PS3 and a JVC RX-6008V reciever with the same problem. It's happened while watching The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and Repo! The Genetic Opera.
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    I have a Samsung 2500 and a Harmon Kardon Avr 335. I get what sure sounds like what is described. It is a horrible sound. It can't be in my receiver because I am using the analog inputs on it. The problem is only in the 2 front channels, not the rear or sub. If I set the front speakers to small (deep bass is sent to the sub) the problem goes away, at least so far. Anyone have any thoughts? I have changed every setting i can and as long as the 2 front speakers are set to large the problem is there. I have no other problems with any other sources and have checked the analog in with other sources and it seems fine.

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    I got last night on my Onkyo 605 receiver for the first time, and I have several the "suspect titles" including Harold & Kumar Escape Guantanamo Bay and always use bitstream. It was with the Hong Kong release of Red Cliff. With the DTS MA audio track, every time I would pause the movie I would get the loud pop, in my front speakers. I tried the PCM and TrueHD audio and it didn't happen, so I just switched to TrueHD.

    I dunno, it just seems like its how they author the discs that make it hit or miss.

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    well harold and Kumar is the Disc so take that one out.
    the disc has some encoding defect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arkadin View Post
    well harold and Kumar is the Disc so take that one out.
    the disc has some encoding defect.
    Nope, Harold & Kumar plays fine on my Panny BD35, DTS MA bitstreamed to my Onkyo 605. Red Cliff is the first DTS MA title I've ever encountered any problem with, and it was only when paused / resumed.

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    strange.
    there were some other threads about there being a problem.
    aren't there 2 of these films?
    have you tried both?
    I was referring to the Guantanamo bay one.

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    thanks for posting this!!! I was about to give up on updating my 605 in anticipation of the new ps3 slim. Changed these settings on my ps3 and volia, updated and restarted within 1 min!!!

    Now just to run audyssey again

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    The update wipes out all settings. Had to run Audyssey again. Movies sound much better now.
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    Wow, I'm way out of the loop. I didn't even know that this was a problem for everyone. I thought my receiver or sub was jacked up. I have the 805 and the download links at AVS are no longer there. Does anyone know where I can get the download links to fix this?
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    I think the thread is well hidden in that it is in the sticky area.

    Observations I have made with a Denon 989 receiver and the DTS bomb.
    Only appears to happen on Warner/Warner related titles that are DTS HD 5.1. The bomb appears in channels 6 and 7 !!! Does the same be it bitstream or pcm. Works fine on other studio titles and works fine on anything 7.1.

    I finally figured it out though - Warner apparently uses maximum volume in their encode process. I had my receiver set so that the BD player input was +10db because when I switch to BD from another device, I have to crank up the volume to get the same level as other device. SOLUTION - Leave the BD input at 0db and set the levels of the other devices to -8db or so.

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