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Why does basscube speaker click when system is turned off. There are clicks about every 5 to 10 minutes.

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SOURCE: Panasonic SC-PT467 Wireless speakers Clicking

I had this exact problem. The clicking is something to do with interference from the power supply cable. It seems that facing the wireless unit in the most obvious way ensures that the power cable and the right speaker cables cross. All I did was turn the unit around so that the wires no longer crossed and magically the clicking sound disappeared forever!!!

Good luck !!

Posted on Feb 04, 2009

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SOURCE: Yamaha YSP 1100 clicks when press power button but does not turn.

Hi

I have the YSP1000 and I had a similar issue but it was less frequent. I located the clicking sound which turned out to be a relay on the main circuit board. Before replacing it I removed the relay cover and cleaned the contacts. It has not miss behaved since and that was some 8 months ago. Give it a wizz

Mike

Posted on Dec 29, 2009

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SOURCE: no speaker output from Basscube 8s

Yes. Check your connections that you are using from your preamp/processor or receiver to the Basscube to confirm that any adjustments I'll give you instructions for will go to the correct output. There are 2 ways that signal can be connected to the Basscube, your inquiry does not describe which you are using; either speaker level or line level. Line level is the easiest as it uses only one cable so I'll assume that is what you've used.

The following instructions I'll provide you with will presume that you are using a digitally controlled receiver or preamp/processor with an LED or LCD display and remote.

On the preamp/processor or receiver, navigate to your speaker setup menu and adjust the frequency output of any bass management system it may have to a full range signal. This may be a setting labeled for speaker size for example, choose "large." Or, if it has just a crossover setting, increase that to it's highest value.

Then go to the rear panel of your of your Basscube. Adjust the crossover to about 120Hz.

Return to your preamp/processor or receiver. Navigate to your speaker level control on the speaker setup menu. Increase this level to a matching value for each channel until you can hear your Newton speakers.

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Yes. Check your connections that you are using from your preamp/processor or receiver to the Basscube to confirm that any adjustments I'll give you instructions for will go to the correct output. There are 2 ways that signal can be connected to the Basscube, your inquiry does not describe which you are using; either speaker level or line level. Line level is the easiest as it uses only one cable so I'll assume that is what you've used.

The following instructions I'll provide you with will presume that you are using a digitally controlled receiver or preamp/processor with an LED or LCD display and remote.

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Then go to the rear panel of your of your Basscube. Adjust the crossover to about 120Hz.

Return to your preamp/processor or receiver. Navigate to your speaker level control on the speaker setup menu. Increase this level to a matching value for each channel until you can hear your Newton speakers.
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