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Power down of 8010a creates a pop which triggers ISS.

kasperh, modified 2 Years ago.

Power down of 8010a creates a pop which triggers ISS.

Youngling Posts: 0 Join Date: 12/8/19 Recent Posts

Hi have the 8010a's. When I power down the speakers they create a distinct pop. Not a big issue except it triggers the ISS. So if I leave them to power down on their own one triggers the other's ISS and they just exchange being off every hour. Anyone had this issue?