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  1. okay thanks, I think ill buy a new one today... Do you know if can use a different port on the amp to play aux? like use the cd port for aux? or is that a bad idea?
  2. I can't actually figure out how to delete it...
  3. Thanks mate. Ill add in, that the speaker selector thing on the amp doesn't work. idk if its to do with the amp or how I wired the speakers. Ive checked my wiring 3 times tho lol. It either turns the right speaker off or both, the right speaker can never be turned on alone for some reason.
  4. sorry mate, new here. Didn't mean any harm by it. Ill delete one
  5. Ive recently began building a new set up. Ive got Yamaha AX-590 Amplifier and Yamaha NS-B750 Bookshelf Speakers. When I first got the speakers i was playing a song, using my ipad (using rca to aux from amp) and using youtube to play the song (long story but didn't have a streaming app on my ipad at the time lol) Anyways like halfway through the song the music sort of cut out and then the woofers started pumping on one of the speakers and one of them pulled itself in a little and stayed there for a few seconds. I turned the amp off because it scared me lol. I then played the same video again and it happened again so i assumed that the aux port on my ipad was dodgy or something. Anyway fast forward until now (like almost 2 weeks later) i tested the aux port on my ipad with another pair of headphones on the same song and it was all fine. So ive been worrying what could have caused this and if it potentially damaged my speakers lol. They sound amazing and ive done lots of sound tests etc and they work perfectly in sync and sound perfect to me .Anyway that was the only weird thing that has happened so far. Until this morning i played a song on my speakers with the same aux cord but plugged into my laptop and for a few seconds at the start of the song the right speaker was quiet compared to the right speaker and sounded staticky, then after a few seconds it went back to normal and they sounded fine, and have sounded fine all day since then. Also this speaker that was being dodgy is the right speaker and in the first incident it was predominantly the left one... is it normal for speakers to do things like this every now and again or should i be worried? would love your opinions sorry for the paragraph. Ill also add ive checked my wiring 3 times, and my actual speaker wire is good quality , 16 gauge anti static insulated etc. So yeah do u have any ideas of what it could be and should i be worried? these are the only two things that have happened out of the ordinary in the last 2 weeks and im slightly worried. Also may it have something to do with my rca to aux cord ive been using? i dont know, just a thought, it came with a pair of active speakers that i had previously, speakers only costed a couple hundred bucks. Anyway, i look forward to hearing from you all. Hope this is a suitable forum. cheers. Quote Edit
  6. Ive recently began building a new set up. Ive got Yamaha AX-590 Amplifier and Yamaha NS-B750 Bookshelf Speakers. When I first got the speakers i was playing a song, using my ipad (using rca to aux from amp) and using youtube to play the song (long story but didn't have a streaming app on my ipad at the time lol) Anyways like halfway through the song the music sort of cut out and then the woofers started pumping on one of the speakers and one of them pulled itself in a little and stayed there for a few seconds. I turned the amp off because it scared me lol. I then played the same video again and it happened again so i assumed that the aux port on my ipad was dodgy or something. Anyway fast forward until now (like almost 2 weeks later) i tested the aux port on my ipad with another pair of headphones on the same song and it was all fine. So ive been worrying what could have caused this and if it potentially damaged my speakers lol. They sound amazing and ive done lots of sound tests etc and they work perfectly in sync and sound perfect to me .Anyway that was the only weird thing that has happened so far. Until this morning i played a song on my speakers with the same aux cord but plugged into my laptop and for a few seconds at the start of the song the right speaker was quiet compared to the right speaker and sounded staticky, then after a few seconds it went back to normal and they sounded fine, and have sounded fine all day since then. Also this speaker that was being dodgy is the right speaker and in the first incident it was predominantly the left one... is it normal for speakers to do things like this every now and again or should i be worried? would love your opinions sorry for the paragraph. Ill also add ive checked my wiring 3 times, and my actual speaker wire is good quality , 16 gauge anti static insulated etc. So yeah do u have any ideas of what it could be and should i be worried? these are the only two things that have happened out of the ordinary in the last 2 weeks and im slightly worried. Also may it have something to do with my rca to aux cord ive been using? i dont know, just a thought, it came with a pair of active speakers that i had previously, speakers only costed a couple hundred bucks. Anyway, i look forward to hearing from you all. cheers. Quote Edit
  7. okay thank you, ill make a post and get others opinion. cheers
  8. yeah i actually haven't tried different ports except for phono but only briefly and ity was fine. Could i use an rca to aux in the ports in the back that arent the aux. eg like the cd port? Also i was going to make a post about this but i might just ask you because you seem very knowledgeable. When i first got the speakers i was playing a song, using my ipad (using rca to aux from amp) and using youtube to play the song (long story but didn't have a streaming app on my ipad at the time lol) Anyways like halfway through the song the music sort of cut out and then the woofers started pumping onb one of the speakers and one of them pulled itself in , and stayed there for a few seconds. I turned the amp off because it scared me lol. I then played the same video again and it happened again so i assumed that the aux port on my ipad was dodgy or something. Anyway fast forward until now (like almost 2 weeks later) i tested the aux port on my ipad with another pair of headphones on the same song and it was all fine. So ive been worrying what could have caused this and if it potentially damaged my speakers lol. They sound amazing and ive done lots of sound tests etc and they work perfectly in sync and sound perfect to me (The reason they didnt have punch before was because i hadnt put them up on stands, which ive done now) Anyway that was the only weird thing that has happened so far. Until this morning i played a song with the same aux but plugged into my laptop and for a few seconds at the start the right speaker was quiet compared to the other speaker and was staticky, then after a few seconds it went back to normal and have been fine today. Also this speaker that was being dodgy is the right speaker and the first incident it was predominantly the left one... is it normal for speakers to do this every now and again or should i be worried? would love youre opinion sorry for the paragraph. Ill also add ive checked my wiring 3 times, and my actual speaker wire is good quality , 16 gauge anti static insulated etc. So yeah do u have any ideas of what it could be and should i be worried? these are the only two things that have happened out of the ordinary in the last 2 weeks... cheers
  9. hahaha okay yeah that actually makes sense. I was so confused lmao. Cheers
  10. thanks so much! The bookshelves may be a bit small for my room but i dont have the space to spring for big floor standers. Im going to add in a sub to get a richer, lower more consistent sound out of my system down the track. Currently using an rca to aux plugged into my computer! And thankfully ive also got a triangular listening set up. So in think im building a reasonable foundation (I hope) thanks to yourself and everyone else's advice. Appreciate it!
  11. lol ive never heard of this. Ive got an android. You can use a phone power bank as a DAC? or am i reading this wrong and being dumb
  12. Oh wow, thanks so much. Ill look into getting some. They actually increase sound quality???
  13. thank you, that helps so much. Ill definitely look into the TD10. Thanks so much, very helpful!
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