Question Speaker cut off immediately at low volume/no signal?!

Dec 26, 2021
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Recently bought an f&d Tower speaker 110W and they sound pretty good at high volume, the first issue I seem to have is that if I lower the volume too much or no audio signal, it goes completely mute or cut off immediately, most noticeably is when listening to music at a lower volume it completely cut out or keeps popping. Or Whenever there is a quiet moment during a movie or video game or something, my speakers cuts out, by which I mean that the background noise cuts out abruptly when there is a pause between conversation. Usually if something loud happens in a movie, or if the bass hits a low note they'll pop back on and then off again. it’s very annoying. It turns out watching a popping movie!

I’m familiar with the Erp system, but the speakers supposed to auto-standby after 10-15 mins of not getting any signal, but not immediately after the end of a signal as mine!

Anyone have any experience with an issue like this?
 

Ralston18

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Try turning off all power savers on all devices just as a matter of elimination.

If the muting and cutting off stop then you can restore power savers etc. one at a time allowing time between restorations. You may discover that one particular device is the culprit.

Check the loudness equalization setting. It may have some other name or configuration reference.

FYI:

https://dolby.io/blog/what-is-loudness-equalization-and-how-does-it-impact-your-listener/

https://www.bollyinside.com/articles/use-realtek-hds-loudness-equalization-for-volume-control/

(Second link just another reference: not an endorsement or recommendation.)

Read and then do some additional searches based on your audio setup in order to narrow down search results.
 

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