Test whatever source component you are using (e.g., CD player, DVD/Blu-ray, turntable, etc.) with another working TV and/or set of speakers. If a source component still doesn’t play properly, then your problem is most likely there. Otherwise, if all source components are good, connect them back to the original receiver/amplifier and set them to play some input. Toggle through each input selection/source on the stereo receiver/system (e.g., AM/FM tuner, 3.5 mm audio cable connected to a smartphone/tablet, digital input, video 1/2/3 inputs, etc.) one by one. If the receiver works with some input sources but not others, the problem could be with the cable connecting the component and the receiver.
The process of elimination should help you figure out which part of your system is causing the problem. If you use a power amplifier with your receiver, you may find that the issue is with the connection there – an outcome that is far more common than you’d think. I have a pioneer Bluetooth head unit wired into my 95 Subaru Legacy. Every time I turn on my car I have to set up the clock, turn demo mode off. But it does remember my phone in the Bluetooth settings. I have to reconfigure my subwoofer settings every time also.
I recently installed a new heater/AC blower fan motor and ever since I’ve had static interference on my AM radio stations. It increases with fan speed and is there when vehicle is running or just in “On” ignition position.
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You don’t have to settle for subpar just because it’s UTV stereo sound — you can and should still expect the best. All the best, modern aftermarket UTV audio upgrades allow this convenient function — outdated connectivity is no longer a problem. Either way, once fixed, the crackling sound should be gone and you Bosch can go back to enjoying your speakers. Navigate to the Troubleshoot tab and check under the Get up and running section.