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I am getting a loud bumping sound when 2 rca jacks are plugged in..

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Hiya limited info but thats normal -as the rca goes in in makes a once off pop noise and also suggest the amp is fine. If the noise continues (which was not clear sorry) then the problem could be preamp, x over etc if there is a problem??

Its better to plug in RCA etc when the amp is off as well. Have known amps to go bang from this.
Best of luck

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