- Where can I send you guys technical questions instead of this form? (like email? Phone number?)
- When I first turn on the PowerNode, I tried to play some content from Tidal. I found out the signal from the right channel has some static "sparking" noise, almost like a bad connection. I made sure the connection of the wires to the banana plugs were tight. I found the banana plugs were not the issue because when use the Left channel outlets, neither side of the speakers had that static "sparking" noise. Only when I plug neither side of the speakers to the LEFT channel outlets, it has that static "sparking" noise. (sounds like "ti-ti-ti" from the tweeters) I unplugged it several times, restart, didn't help. I finally use a camera dust blower to blow into the connection outlet and it seems to work. Why is that?
- I really don't like the 12W standby usage. My powered subwoofer from Velodyne also has 12W standby. So to keep my audio system at standby mode, that means 576W a day, That also translate to 210kW in a year. At average of $0.22kWh, that will cost me $46.25 a year just to put my audio system on Standby. My question is, can I get one of this: http://www.belkin.com/us/F7C016-Belkin/p/P-F7C016/ place a surge protector in between this and Powernode, and use it to turn on the Powernode (and my sub) whenever I want to listen to some music? Will that pose any harm to the system?
- Suggestion: Can Bluesound update the app, to show if the material I am streaming from Tidal service is either in HiFi mode or not (not high priority)
- How can I adjust the crossover frequency using the app (for the sub and any speakers)
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