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WayneWilmeth Posted 5 years 1 month ago
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TSGT2007,
I am doing similar, non current limiting outs.
I have burned up a speaker ribbon in the past with a surge and, living overseas, fixing these things is NO FUN!!!!!
Insurance, YES.
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Tsgt2007 Posted 5 years 1 month ago
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Wayne,
Wow! That can't be fun! I have to much money invested I can't take any chances. If you mind me asking what do you mean non current limiting outs?
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WayneWilmeth Posted 5 years 1 month ago
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Tsgt2007,
My Line Conditioner has plugs for cleaning the power up, filtering it, and then some plugs that are supposedly High Current, non-limiting, for amps, like those built in the Tritons. This is where I have my towers plugged in. It will shut down and protect the speakers in the event of a surge or drop in line voltage, and in a heartbeat, but supposedly it gives full power from my 20 Amp wall supply to the speakers and amps. And at 240 VAC here in Thailand, I really am pretty sure we are not lacking in power.
Hope that explains it.
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Tsgt2007 Posted 5 years 1 month ago
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Wayne,
Ok now I understand much better! Basically what you did is what I have done with my T-3's by plugging my cables to the 2 high current outlets in the back of my surge protector/line conditioner. Do you still experience problems with your speakers especially with the higher current and is your power equipment doing its job properly?
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WayneWilmeth Posted 5 years 1 month ago
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No problems with my speakers or with electricity EXCEPT that it goes off nearly every day here. A LOT of times it is just a momentary brown out, and then back, but that is all it takes for my protector/stabilizer to shut down. It has a VERY fast fuse, so to speak.
I thought it would work more like a UPS and keep me running for a min until things were stable again, but NOT. It shuts down FAST.
Annoying but safe.
Hope this helps,
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Tsgt2007 Posted 5 years 1 month ago
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Wayne,
That's smart to have your system protected especially with the outages. You have great equipment doing what it's supposed to do!
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