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Crackling "Plob" while Channel switching

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Hi!

 

My DT50 makes hard noise when I switch between the channels. If switching within one Amp modell configuration with just two different Tone / Gain setings, no creacklings noticeable. If I switch from e.g. Class A to Class B the "plob" is unacceptable. Also while switching e.g. within Class A between Modell II and III the noise is far to loud. 

 

BUT, if I switch for 5 or 6 times in succession the noise is gone. This dooes not work for all combinations but for some. If I wait 1 or two minutes without switching the "plobs" come back while switching.

 

Seems like something (capasitor or other component) will be charged. 

 

I can not use the amp on stage (playing loud) because these plops gets realy loud.

 

Any suggestion? I am not clueless if it comes to electronics but if this is a general feature it makes no sense to start searching. 

 

This is not tube related!

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Sorry for the late reply. The "Plob" you hear when changing  classes on the DT amps is unavoidable because the output stage is being reconfigured electronically. It is a bit annoying, but in a band context I've never had it be a big problem for me. I guess it depends on the kind of music you're playing. I would also make sure your tubes are biased properly.

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