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Oops! hello i left my speakers on whilst i was doing something else and my laptop decided to go to sleep and one of my speakers made a ftttt noise and now it wont turn back on, have i blown something? can i repair it myself? advice would be great! thanks davina

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It could have triggered a signal to your powered speakers that was not able to handle it. you may busted your output stage (power amp) and went on standby protection mode.

Posted on Apr 11, 2008

  • J. R. Oct 20, 2011

    How do you remove the Protect Mode ??

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The noise is certainly not coming from the speaker as I have muted it. The noise more like a low frequency noise, I am not able to decide whether it is from the fan or from some other components


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