file Triton 2 and standby mode

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olymbos Posted 6 years 4 months ago
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I am the owner of a pair of Triton Two's and 2 supersat 3.
i just purcache the speakers and i wait for the new supercenter xl.
I notice that when i switch everything of the triton 2 after 2 hours the LED on the back will not turn off and the subwoofer will not go into standby mode in both speakers.
I hear the popup sound after 1 hour as explained on the manual that the try to go to standby mode but no luck.
It stays on all the time.
With the 1200 amp on each speaker not to go in to standby mode.The amount of power is a lot or not?
There will be any problems that stays all day open?
Or i have to unplug from the wall.

I own for 15 years b&w 600 series for my home so i decide t o go with the tritons because of the reviews from the internet
And the desighn.The sound is indeed amazing and day by day it sounds even grade.

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anthem Posted 6 years 4 months ago
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As it says in the Triton 2's owner manual... Please note: in some instances, because of RF presence in your area, the LEDs may not turn off. However, this is nothing to be concerned about as the amplifiers draw almost no power when they are idling. With that being said, I wouldn't worry about it....just enjoy the music.
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Moderator Posted 6 years 4 months ago
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Both speakers? Yes, probably something in your system or home causing this. In addition to general RF interference, a wireless router or cell booster in the area can also cause this to happen. If you are using the LFE input, the electronics may be leaking residual noise (unplugging the LFE is a simple test of this).

No worries though, you can unplug them or put them on a switched outlet, although the idle-power consumption is under 10 watts (standby is under 2 watts).

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olymbos Posted 6 years 4 months ago
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I have a netgear wireless router about 3 meters far and i use just the speaker wire connection no LFE input.
Also before i had 2 B&W asw608 subs and the standby works fine no problem with that.
The triton 2 it's more sensitive?
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Moderator Posted 6 years 4 months ago
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Could be the router. Only way to know for sure is to turn it off or move it and see what happens.

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