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Pr-sc5508

leon

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Close ups of the new pre/pro5508
 

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leon

Active Member
do you guys get a clicking sound every time the source is changed ? when listening to a cd between tracks it clicks at the start of the new one
 

Hammie

Standard Member
do you guys get a clicking sound every time the source is changed ? when listening to a cd between tracks it clicks at the start of the new one

I haven't tried it with a CD, yet, but I do get clicking when ever the sound changes. Sometimes as much as 4-5 times before a BD starts.

After about a week, I am used to it. It also helps that it is inside my cabinet.

FrontSoundStage.jpg
 

leon

Active Member
thanks for that some nice equipment you have there , i watched solomon kane in dts ma amazing sound im well happy with the film performance
 

leon

Active Member
i am getting used to it but not such a bright idea from onkyo with luck next year it will be in the rack behind glass .
say you are watching tv with the processor of and you are using hdmi pass through . if i want to change to my pc do i need to turn the amp on every time i want to change the source ?
 

leon

Active Member
wot no help with millions of subscribers :facepalm:
 

saguk1234

Well-known Member
i am getting used to it but not such a bright idea from onkyo with luck next year it will be in the rack behind glass .
say you are watching tv with the processor of and you are using hdmi pass through . if i want to change to my pc do i need to turn the amp on every time i want to change the source ?

You will need to turn the amp on to do anything!
 

leon

Active Member
thanks mate that is a shame i guess i could take the triggers of the amps . im well happy its running in nice and music is better every day
 

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