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Somerandomname Posted 1 month 1 week ago
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I've just got a pair of 2+ (and love them) but am wondering how long the blue light on the back should stay on after the amp is off? I seem to recall reading somewhere that 25 minutes is typical but I'm looking at mine and they have been on for at least 90 minutes. I don't know if that's a problem or if there is anything I can do about it anyway, but wanted to check with those who have more experience.

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Moderator Posted 1 month 1 week ago
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Hi Somerandomname, The amplifiers built-into the Triton Two+ towers (along with their blue LEDs) would normally turn off (or go into a standby mode) roughly 60 minutes after they stop receiving a signal from your main amplifier. If, however, there is strong RF presence in your listening room, it's possible their built-in amplifiers may not turn off (or go into a standby mode). This is not anything to be concerned about and the towers draw almost no power when their built-in amplifiers are idling. Happy Listening!

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