Information about the Loxone Speakers.
|Loxone Speaker||Loxone Wall Speaker|
|Ceiling installation depth||up to 40mm||N/A|
|Power usage||60 Watts||40 Watts|
|Frequency range||60-20000 Hz||20-20000 Hz|
|Peak power handling for Woofer (60w)||Yes||No|
|Speaker backbox volume||10L||N/A|
|Dimensions of round cover||232x3mm||N/A|
|Impedence||8 Ohms||8 Ohms|
For more assistance on cabling or wiring the Music server please follow here.
If you are encountering hum from one or more speakers, then please follow the basic troubleshooting guide below
Ensure the following in advance
- The gain level directly on the channel of the amplifier should be set as low as possible. If this is turned up too high, this can cause a buzzing sound. The controller for this can be on the back of the amplifier at the top of the respective channel in the form of a small potentiometer.
- If you have installed the amplifier and the music server in a rack, make sure that the housings of the devices are not grounded. It is best to place the music server on the amplifier so that the case does not touch.
- The Music server and amplifier are on the same circuit.
Hum is audible in all zones
- Is there a Sat or DVBT cable near the amp / music server? Keep them away as far as possible, as otherwise disturbing influences can occur.
- Is the noise also to be heard if you connect headphones directly to the output of the Music Server? If yes, please contact support.
Hum is only audible in one or more zones
- Is the humming also present if, for example, a cell phone (ungrounded device) on the Line In of the amplifier?
- If so, please check the cabling of the speakers. A 230V cable in the immediate vicinity of an inferior speaker cable can also induce interference voltages.
Once you have checked all the tips that we have described in your system, there is still the possibility to place a mass separation filter between amplifier and music server, which can filter out the interference voltages.