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I have a Klipsch 10SWi sounds and works perfectly. One question, when I power off my stereo the blue light on the wireless transmitter and the on back of the sub woofer stays on. Is this normal? Plus I have to manually switch the power off on the back of the sub woofer for the green light to go off. Any ideas on what settings I need to do. Thank you in advance.
I have the RP-150M powered bookshelf speakers and have it connected to a turntable. I use the remote to turn it on and off, but it is supposed to have auto standby which wakes it when it detects a signal. It turns off by itself after a certain amount of time of not receiving a signal, however, it does not wake by itself. I have to manually use the remote. Is this a known issue and is there a fix to it? I've tried to wake it using Bluetooth as well.. Thanks!
I'm not sure if anyone else has this problem, but if I turn the R-15PM's off with the remote (puts them in standby mode) the bluetooth connection will refuse to work (and will only work after turning the speakers off with the hard switch on the back). The bluetooth light will also not turn on if restarting from standby, even though all the other inputs work as advertised.