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In Reply to: RE: Just in their nature to thump posted by Dynobot on April 11, 2017 at 15:48:58
Yes, I suppose it is the natural order of things, and perhaps I could think of the subwoofer thumps like bird chirps. If the birds had one hell of a syrinx! '-)
PS: Too bad about those complaints. :-)
If I were you, I'd contact the manufacturer. Your subwoofer should not have a turn-on thump from standby.
I wonder if your DC trigger has anything to do with it. What happens if you disconnect the DC trigger and manually switch the subwoofer from standby to full-on?
I don't actually use the DC trigger since there's enough signal from the preamnp interconnects to trip the subs out of standby. I shouldn't have used the term.
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