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Speakers popping

Discussion in 'Beginners, General Questions' started by Ryan*Pr*, Jul 11, 2003.

  1. Ryan*Pr*

    Ryan*Pr* Well-Known Member

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    When I went to bed last night, I turned off my receiver and I know I heard the right rear speaker pop - not sure about the others. This is a system I have had for about a month and never had this happen before. Any ideas what could be wrong?
     
  2. Myo K

    Myo K Well-Known Member

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    it could be a burst of electricity, just make sure you arent playing sound through it when youre turning it off.
     
  3. Ryan*Pr*

    Ryan*Pr* Well-Known Member

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    Aren't receviers made so you can turn off at will? I have never noticed this before...
     
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    Agustin Active Member

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    or maybe is an interference, happen to me,and i checked the wires, one of them was a little scratched and touching an iron door, so i replaced and everything is fine
     
  5. Rich_M_G

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    I was having a similar problem with my system. It ended up that it was a bad chip in my Yamaha 5560 Receiver, it took 2 times for the repair center to find it. Lucky for me it was still under warrenty.

    Rich
     
  6. Myo K

    Myo K Well-Known Member

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    Aren't receviers made so you can turn off at will? I have never noticed this before...

    no, my kenwood 6070 would pop everytime i turn off the source before the receiver itself, i had to train myself to follow a chain, turn off

    -receiver
    -tv
    -source

    my kenwood would also crackle as i raised and lowered the volume. so i returned it

    i also have a hk avr 225, which has a better build, no crackle, and it seems the receiver has a slight digital mute everytime a sign is first sent and shut off, but i did notice i got a loud pop when i ran analog connections and shut the source off before the receiver.
     

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