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Old 09-16-2021, 12:04 PM   #1
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Speaker clicking in Surveyor Legend

I have a new 2021 Surveyor Legend. It has a Furrion DV7200 stereo system. The speakers emit a regular clicking or popping noise when not on mute or off. Does anyone know the source of the interference for this and a way to resolve it?
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Old 09-18-2021, 02:53 PM   #2
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possible bad speaker...

I understand your audio system is brand new... but... with years of installing stereos audio systems as a side hobby, I have found the clicking popping noise is 'usually' a blown or bad speaker. Yes... speaker can be brand new and bad... I have seen it a few times. It is usually happens after being overpowered by playing it too loud (installers often put in cheap speakers that don't match the power of the source, and speakers are the first thing that blows out)... but I have seen them come bad right out of the box.... most of them are made in China... do I need to say anything
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Old 09-19-2021, 01:53 PM   #3
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Many RV audio units are installed in shallow cabinets with little airflow across the heatsinks on the back of the unit. It doesn't take much to fry the audio amps.

When we replaced our fried unit, we installed a muffin fan to keep things cool.

That being said, I would start by disconnecting the speakers one at a time to see if it made any difference.
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Old 09-19-2021, 05:24 PM   #4
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There could be some RFI (radio frequency interference) from a low-power transmitter or from a bad LED light, (my TT had this problem) or even from a ground fault in the wiring. If you test the speakers and find no fault there, try turning off lights one at a time, then move on to removing fuses one at a time until you identify the circuit with the fault. Then you should be able to narrow it down to the specific component.
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