Click noise with DTS 5.1 in MKV files

Discussion in 'ZIDOO X20' started by gymnos, Feb 26, 2019.

  1. gymnos

    gymnos Member

    Sometimes when I play a movie with DTS 5.1 audio, the speakers make a noise at the beginning. It´s like a 'click'.

    This is my configuration with HDMI 1.4 cable for audio output, the AV is a Yamaha RX-V775:
    Quick Settings\Display\HDMI Output\Main Vice-Port Separation Mode
    Quick Settings\Audio set "HDMI Audio" to <RAW>

    I have never experienced something like that with LaCie or Dune mediacenter.
    Last edited: Mar 30, 2019
  2. Johnwoto

    Johnwoto Member


    is it every MKV file ?

    have you tried different file sizes of the same film ?

    Going back a couple of years i had an Onkyo TX NR838 that made a noise out of the right rear speaker i had that set up as 5.1 that's when i decided to go back to Denon amp
    now i have a Denon AVR-X6300H set up as 7.1.2 Atmos as i have just finished my cinema room that i have been wanting to do for some time.

    I have had quit a few media players over the past 11 years and to be fair i have found they all have a bug or too but they all did get sorted with firmware updates, i do really like the x20 but there is a couple of things on it that i find could be improved on, hopefully that will come in a firmware update
  3. gymnos

    gymnos Member

    It is a ramdom bug, but I have never suffer this noise with other boxes.
    Last edited: Mar 30, 2019
  4. gymnos

    gymnos Member

    Zidoo team... support...
  5. gymnos

    gymnos Member

    Please Zidoo team fix it.
    Last edited: Mar 30, 2019
  6. Johnwoto

    Johnwoto Member

    Have you hooked the player up to another amplifier to test the clicking ?

    have you downgraded the firmware to see if its not a firmware issue ?
  7. gymnos

    gymnos Member

    I don´t have another amplifier, but using different boxes (like Dune HD Smart D1) I have never heard any 'click'.
    Last edited: Apr 30, 2019
  8. gymnos

    gymnos Member

    New firmware and the noise is still there.

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