#1
I have a problem and its really starting to piss me off. When I seem to play my Orange Rocker 30 at low volumes right after I switch it from off, to standby then a few minutes later to on, it starts at a high volume despite being low. And then It outputs a crackly distorted signal, but when I crank it over 12 oclock, its fine. Is this a problem with the tubes? Any help would be awesome.
#2
chances are you need new tubes
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#3
Quote by alienboy18241
chances are you need new tubes


I think so too, but then again, it did this a few times before when I just bought it like 2 months ago. Its a problem that goes away and comes back. Sounds stupid I know...
#4
Quote by statopaul_mark
I think so too, but then again, it did this a few times before when I just bought it like 2 months ago. Its a problem that goes away and comes back. Sounds stupid I know...


Now I only have a GCSE in electronics so don't take my word for it, but an intermittent problem such as the one you've described is often caused by a loose connection of some sort.
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Quote by shakysam
Now I only have a GCSE in electronics so don't take my word for it, but an intermittent problem such as the one you've described is often caused by a loose connection of some sort.


Hmmm, that would suck. Anyways thanks for the help, All I needed to know is that its not a common thing with tube amps to behave like this so I'll take it in.