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New Set of Klipsch speakers, not "crisp" at high frequencies

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This may sound far fetched but have you tried using a different power outlet? Just trying to rule out everything. It's possible you're picking up some sort of interference through the wall outlet I suppose. 

 

EDIT: Nevermind I see that you have done that.

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Where are you located roughly? Like  someone mentioned earlier, one of us may be willing to let you borrow a receiver to see if that’s the problem if you are local. 

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6 hours ago, isotopesope said:

does the distortion appear when listening to headphones plugged into the Denon?

 

GOOD IDEA! Damn good idea! OP, do this immediately!

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On 10/8/2018 at 3:57 PM, isotopesope said:

does the distortion appear when listening to headphones plugged into the Denon?

 

I don't have a 1/4 adapter to use the headphone jack.

 

On 10/8/2018 at 9:59 PM, lakedmb said:

Where are you located roughly? Like  someone mentioned earlier, one of us may be willing to let you borrow a receiver to see if that’s the problem if you are local. 

 

I might have a spare one to use this weekend...if not, I'll let you guys know. I'm preparing to send this in for repair as Denon created an RMA for it.

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9 hours ago, advocation said:

 

I don't have a 1/4 adapter to use the headphone jack.

 

 

I might have a spare one to use this weekend...if not, I'll let you guys know. I'm preparing to send this in for repair as Denon created an RMA for it.

Dude, where are you located? Roughly at least. Like what state? Think I’m the 3rd person to ask you this...

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Just wanted to update this in case anyone else runs into this type of issue. It turns out it was the receiver itself causing the issues. I ended up getting a Denon X4400H receiver, and I'm happy to say I no longer have this problem. Speakers now sound amazing!

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