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Whenever I play anything...whenever the bass drum comes in, the speakers create a major major popping sound with every bass note.

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  • christoph75692 Nov 10, 2010

    None of the above sir.

  • christoph75692 Nov 10, 2010

    None of the above Sir. It happens in both speakers at the same time, in tune with the bass drum. Does it at any volume.

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It could be a number of things, hopefully they are not blown out. Click on the link below to read more:

http://www.ehow.com/about_6586867_do-speakers-make-popping-sound_.html

Posted on Nov 11, 2010

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There are 2 possible issues here. First is that the amp is running out of power. If you are at high volume settings, consider trying it at a lower volume. Second is that the bass speaker is messed up. Messed up is a technical term for a multitude of possible issues. This would likely only show up on one side or the other (left/right) assuming you don't have a subwoofer in the mix.

Posted on Nov 10, 2010

  • vtwin113 Nov 12, 2010

    OK - both speakers at any volume. I'm voting for a serious power supply issue within the receiver. That's probably not a do it yourself repair. If you can find another speaker to try out, that would give you a certain indication that the issue is in the amp or not.

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