I also have this problem it happens on 0x870: Play, Pause, Rewind, 30 s Skip, 5 second rewind etc etc.
Been through 3 Genies so Far, including hooking up the Genie Mini to the AVR which still presented the problem
but only in a different tone (much higher pitch)
Genie HR44-500 [Dolby Digital Enabled] --HDMI Only --> Panasonic SA-BX500 --> Boston Acoustic 7.1
What I've done for now is turned Off DD on the HR44-500, sucks quite a bit, but it's better than making my
speakers tweak out.
Only producing the "Click" through Front Left and Front Right speakers not the full surround.
DD Indicator on SA-BX500 turns on an off intermittently whilst the sound clicks
Basically I was told that my "Old AVR" was incompatible with the new Genie... To me this is not an acceptable
answer when my "OLD DVR" didn't have this problem and now that I'm seeing that it apperently started happening
to at least one other person after 0x863 update...
The solution is simple Directv: If the DVR is on, maintain a Dolby Digital signal even if it is silent.
Just a FYI for those with this problem.
My problem with the "POP" is closer to the one reported by "orleans704". It only pops when I hit Resume after Pausing. At first it seemed to only be in my center channel but later I discovered it effected both my left and right front speakers (just to a lesser degree). The only new thing I can add to what has been said is that it does not pop the after the first Resume of the day... but it will pop every time I hit Resume the rest of the day.
Today I called in about this problem. I even put my phone up to my speaker so they could hear the problem. They put me on hold and when they got back with me they indicated they had no other reports about this problem. But I was told another tech there is also getting the problem. I told them about this thread on DBSTALK and gave them the information "orleans704" had reported being it started 0x863. For me I just started noticing the problem about the end of June or early July. I just upgrade my equipment (Genie) in mid-May so maybe I just didn't notice the problem for a while. Lastly, I did indicated the problem stopped when I turned the DD setting to off. But added that wasn't an acceptable work around.
They created an engineer report and said I may or may not hear back from them. This was a supervisor level person so hopefully it will be of help to all of us. She did agree that if her co-worker was getting the problem as well as me and others (as I reported from DBSTALK), there must be a DirecTV problem.
Good luck to all.