Question about Russound CAA66 2Channel Amplifier
Hi, well this happens because the "Anti-pop" filter either isn't present, usually they are built into the electronics, or it is and isn't active?
But sometimes whatever is used or on we often still have problems, with Pops crackles etc when changing sources or zones etc.
Now, the best way to fix this type of event, is to install things called poly-switches on each and every speaker leg, the devices have NO effect on sound etc, however will NOT allow fast transients to flow into the speakers, they also as an added benefit protect the speakers too.
Some people only put a pollyswitch at each output leg, at the amplifier, and NOT at each leg at the speaker, either way is just as effective. it just works.
Info on polyswitches, above.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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