#1
So is it unusual to hear a pop when changing channels (and also rough/smooth mode on my amp (ENGL Savage)? It's happened for as long as i have had the amp but it doesn't always happen, usually only when i switch between rough smooth modes.
Just wondered if valve amps are expected to make this kind of noise?
#2
You can't switch the channels on my valve amp, but it does pop when you switch the sensitivity switch (so I usually put it on standby to do this) and it pops when you turn it off standby too. Shouldn't think it's anything to worry about.
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#3
I think you don't have to worry much about it. My amp (marshall valvestate 8080) also pops when i turn it on... It's just the powerstream that makes your amp pop when you change something... maybe clean the amp, if your REALLY worried about it :P
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#4
Pop sounds from amps are normally just capacitors unloading, if this is what is happening with your amp than it is completely harmless.
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#6
Are you using the original footswitch? My amp popped when I used a standard replacement single button switch, but stopped when I got the right one.
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