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#95971 - 08/26/16 10:17 PM OAW4 wireless
ruggercb Offline
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Registered: 08/19/16
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Hey all, happy owner of a 7125 amp and mostly happy owner of the OAW4 wireless transmitter/receiver system. It's connecting my HSU VTF 10 sub to my Denon AVR X3200W acting as preamp. The sound is great and I hear no latency, but every so often I get a really loud bass burp, if you will. Most times it's after I've shut the system off and went upstairs to bed. Wife does not like that! Anyone have an idea? Thanks!

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#95972 - 08/27/16 09:47 AM Re: OAW4 wireless [Re: ruggercb]
XenonMan Offline
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I would check the other devices that are on the same circuit as the sub. Maybe something that automatically operates and causes the sub to "burp". I had a light switch that would do that to my sub when I turned the lights off. The fix was to plug the sub into a different receptacle. When you shut the system down does the OWA4 go off at the same time or is it delayed some time?
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#95973 - 08/27/16 11:22 AM Re: OAW4 wireless [Re: ruggercb]
ruggercb Offline
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I will try that. I had some problems with my system when I put it in. This is a new house with those pesky arc fault breakers and I had to run two entirely new lines with standard gfp breakers for my stereo/pc components. I also installed two battery backup/regulators. The sub and oaw4 are only hooked to a surge suppressor. Where I had the sub originally was a bass trap of doom, hence the need for the oaw. Thanks for the advice!

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#95991 - 08/29/16 09:58 PM Re: OAW4 wireless [Re: ruggercb]
ruggercb Offline
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Registered: 08/19/16
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Whelp, no dice. I've tried running everything through my voltage regulators, different outlets, to no avail. I've also tried all 4 channels on the transmitter/reciever. The sub doesn't make the noise when hooked directly via coax. I'm thinking there's something up with the OAW4. I tried a support ticket but the website won't work.

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#95992 - 08/29/16 10:18 PM Re: OAW4 wireless [Re: ruggercb]
XenonMan Offline
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Does the burp occur when the OWA is de-powered? Is it possible to leave it on all the time?
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Music system
Model 990/7500/Magnepan 1.6 QRs/Technics SL1200 MK2/Aperion S-12 Subwoofer/OWA3/Sony NS75H DVD
APC H15 Power Conditioner

TV System
Large Advent Loudspeakers/ Polk center/Monoprice surrounds/Panasonic Viera 42 inch/Onkyo HT-RC260/Sony BDP S590/Directv


Home Theater System
Onkyo PR-SC886/Outlaw 7125 Klipsch RF-82 L/R,RC-62 center, RB-35 SR/SL, BENQ HT1075, Outlaw LFM1-EX/OPPO BDP-83/Directv
Harmony ONE
Blue Jeans and Monoprice interconnects
APC H15 Power Conditioner

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#95999 - 08/31/16 02:32 PM Re: OAW4 wireless [Re: ruggercb]
Outlaw Ben Online   content

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Hello Rugger,

I had responded to your support ticket, but have not heard back. Please try connecting an iPod or another source device to the inputs of the wireless transmitter to see if this occurs. It would also be helpful if you could remove all inputs to the wireless transmitter to see if this still occurs.

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#96004 - 08/31/16 09:08 PM Re: OAW4 wireless [Re: ruggercb]
ruggercb Offline
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Registered: 08/19/16
Posts: 6
Ok I will try hooking up via my iPhone. This never happens unless the system has been used so I will also disconnect the input from the transmitter when I shut the system off to see if it still occurs. Thanks!

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#96006 - 09/01/16 11:41 PM Re: OAW4 wireless [Re: ruggercb]
ruggercb Offline
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Registered: 08/19/16
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After disconnecting the input on the transmitter, the sub still makes the audible burp about 10 minutes after signal loss. I didn't test any further, since it behaves the same with no input as it does with the receiver input.

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#96008 - 09/02/16 02:52 PM Re: OAW4 wireless [Re: ruggercb]
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Please give me a call at (866) OUTLAWS. Please note, we will be closed Monday for Labor Day.

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#96012 - 09/05/16 03:24 PM Re: OAW4 wireless [Re: ruggercb]
akopperl Offline
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Registered: 08/14/05
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Originally Posted By ruggercb
Hey all, happy owner of a 7125 amp and mostly happy owner of the OAW4 wireless transmitter/receiver system. It's connecting my HSU VTF 10 sub to my Denon AVR X3200W acting as preamp. The sound is great and I hear no latency, but every so often I get a really loud bass burp, if you will. Most times it's after I've shut the system off and went upstairs to bed. Wife does not like that! Anyone have an idea? Thanks!


I'm experiencing the same exact issue. I ordered the unit Sept. 8th, but didn't hook it up until yesterday as I was waiting on equipment. It seems to work well, but throughout the day when my system is off, I get the "bass burp". Needless to say, the wife isn't happy.

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