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gamoon Posted 5 years 1 week ago
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Three months ago I noticed that one of my Triton 2 started to pickup radio static. I did everything I could to get rid of it move to new outlet, power center, swap cables power/speaker/rca to amp included and could not totally get rid of the noise. Now the speaker is producing a lot of loud static from the middle area. I've been pretty happy with my triton 2 for approximately 3 years but this is the second issue in 3 years and I am really worried.

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Moderator Posted 5 years 1 week ago
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Instead of being worried, why don't you verify it is the speaker by swapping channels, and if so take it to your dealer for evaluation and warranty repair as needed. That will do a lot more to get you back to listening than worrieing about it.

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gamoon Posted 5 years 1 week ago
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If you are referring to swapping from right to left I performed that task. I also used a different receiver and removed the amp. The issue is definitely inside on the speaker. The last prolem was that one of my speakers would no longer power up and the dealer got a replacement board and ship it to me my dealership is over 200+ miles away.

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Moderator Posted 5 years 1 week ago
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OK, great. So you've got that done. It is unfortunate your dealer is so far away but that's not something we can fix. You have a few choices. Troubleshoot it yourself and identify the problem component and we can provide the part for you to repair yourself if you feel able to do so. You can ship the speaker back to your dealer for repair and return. Or, you can ship it back to our facility in KY for repair and return. If it is choice one or three, you'll need to contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. going forward. If the second, contact your dealer.
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