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tweeter buzzing after removing connections

Discussion in 'Speakers & Subwoofers' started by mikePay, Oct 12, 2004.

  1. mikePay

    mikePay Extra

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    After listening to some music I turned of my receiver and noticed my tweeter (LF) is buzzing. Its a very minute sound similar to a fly flapping its wings. So I turned my receiver on/off to see if the BUZZ goes away and to no avail it is still there. I then unplugged the receiver cord from the power strip and it is still buzzing. I figured the source might be coming from the receiver itself, but when I took off the speaker wires from the speaker it is still buzzing...[​IMG]

    Right now the speaker has been buzzing for more than 10 minutes with no signal and nothing connected to the speaker. BTW I have Klipsch RF-3s up front and my receiver is connected directly to a power strip.
     
  2. Michael R Price

    Michael R Price Screenwriter

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    Maybe a fly flew up into the speaker, or something?

    Can you take out the driver making the noise?
     
  3. mikePay

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    I have not opened it, but it finally disappeared this morning.
     
  4. Sam A

    Sam A Stunt Coordinator

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    fly died

    turn everything back on and do a critical listening test. hear nay differenc?
     

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