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Denon3801+atomic

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by andy21, May 6, 2001.

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    hi, just purchased a denon 3801(very nice) and the eltax atomic system. I have a very strange problem. When i turn off the subwoofer there is an almighty thud from it. This only happens when it is connected to the denon. If i unplug lead to sub from dennon it doesnt do it. Why does it do this and can it damage the sub.???????
     
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    This sometimes happens to mine and it stops when I turn the volume on the amp down befor switching the sub off. Hope this helps.
     
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    Hello. I have the previous model EAS20 Eltax Sub. and exactly the same occurs when switching off. I also turn the volume down before switching off.
     
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    ok thanks i will try this later today
     
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    hi
    yes this stops it but i think it only stops the noise not the actual fault, any ideas what it might be, possible fault with sub? or just interferance in the system???
     
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    oops, sorry didnt sort it. Its just done it again. This time i turned down denon, powered off and unplugged denon. Then turned off sub BANG!! big thud again. Do you think there could be a fault with the sub??? Also any other ideas of how to stop it?
     

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