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Loud boom when going in standby mode.

Every time my Eltax Atomic A-8.2 has been idle for app. 10 mins it gives a loud "BOOM" as if it exploded. I assume this happens when it turns to standby mode. It still works perfectly fine, but it is VERY annoying. Please help!

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  • sonnyboy16 May 20, 2009

    Tried different volume settings. It turns out, it starts making small booms at volume level 5 and loud booms at 7. Didn't turn it up any higher. Problem solved, thanks buddy!

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I would check your sub connection also make sure the volume isnt set to high. sometimes unplugging the power and cables also helps

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