Originally Posted By Mojo
Other things to try:

- Make sure the analog cable is not plugged in.

- Unplug the USB, turn it off, unplug the brick for 10 seconds and then turn it on again. If the LED is blinking, it's a firmware initialization problem. If the LED stays on, plug in the USB. If the LED now starts blinking, it's a comms problem.


No, just using the usb and no other cables hooked up. If you try and power up the speakers without it plugged into the usb port on the computer, it just won't turn on. I assumed that was the design of the unit. So it should turn on without anything plugged in. I will have to bring that point up with Axiom I guess. Perhaps the whole board on this unit is shot.
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Anthem: AVM60
Axiom: ADA1000, LFR1100, VP180, QS8, EP500, M3, M3comp
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