file Small "pop" after receiving signal - normal?

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Big Hath Posted 9 years 8 months ago
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Hello, I have been enjoying my TritonCinema Two system (with SS50's replacing the SS3's) for a couple of weeks now. But one small question.

Soon after I power everything up and the audio signal is playing through the towers for a couple of seconds, there is an audible "pop" from what appears to be the tweeter area. It also seems that this doesn't happen when the volume is very low when I first power up, but when I adjust the volume to a medium level or more, I get the "pop".

Is this normal? If so, what is happening?

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Chad2815 Posted 9 years 8 months ago
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This was in the owners manual however Inhave never heard it, but my Green Light stays on all the time.

Please note: It is normal to hear a slight pop from the speaker when the amp powers up.

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Big Hath Posted 9 years 8 months ago
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awesome, thanks! I totally missed that.

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Bluvette Posted 9 years 8 months ago
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What receiver or preamp do you have? It could be ground loop.

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Moderator Posted 9 years 8 months ago
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Are the Triton Towers connected speaker wire only? If so, and the amp is turned off, there should be nothing preventing the tower's amplifiers from turning off after the amplifier/receiver has been off for 30-60 minutes.

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Big Hath Posted 9 years 8 months ago
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Bluvette wrote:

What receiver or preamp do you have? It could be ground loop.


it's a Yamaha Aventage RX-A3000. But it appears this is normal operation with the speakers' internal amps powering up, just like the manual says. I simply overlooked it.

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