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  1. Hi all, Apologies if this is the wrong board for this. I just set up my first turntable (AT-LP120USB) and connected it to my R-41M’s directly because the turntable already has a pre-amp. I’m noticing crackling and popping even from different brand new records coming through the speakers, especially during parts of songs where there is a lot going on. I unplugged all the wires and then reconnected everything as well. I have the output (L + R + GND) going from the turntable to the speakers and then the speaker cable (+ and -) connected between the two speakers as well. Not having any sort of popping or crackling when playing the same songs over Bluetooth but I’m not sure if that helps narrow down a potential issue. Really not sure what else to try from here or whether the issue is the wires connecting the two, the speakers, or the turntable. Any information or help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you.
  2. Is anyone out there having significant issues with their x4i headphones? I bought 2 pairs, for my wife and I about a year ago (of course a 2 months beyond warranty!!) and they both are having issues with the sound!! They're our "work" headphones so we don't even use them roughly or for sports and they're gone. Of course my wife is irritated because they weren't cheap (well, as am I) and because I convinced her to ditch her old ones for these quality pairs (I have two other sets of headphones). Since they both failed around the same time, wondering if it's a common issue?
  3. I have a pair of R-15 pm speakers that hum wth any line or phono input. I returned a pair to the manufacturer and the new ones are doing the same thing. I just moved to a new place and am wondering if it could be the old wiring in the house? I plugged up smaller, cheaper speakers to my turntable and didn't have the issue. It's just my Klipsch speakers. Any suggestions?
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