Noise coming from tweeter when amp get turned on

I have a Revel F52s, Ayre V-5xe (amp), C-7xe (CD player) and K-5xe (pre-amp). When I turn on the amp without player any music and I put my head near the tweeter of each speaker I can hear a hash/white noise sound (no sound coming from the other speakers). It actually has done this with all my other previous equipment. It is starting to bother me, is this normal, if not what can I do to remedy it?
From what you are describing, it sounds much louder than it should be. Are you using any kind of power conditioning? A Richard Gray or Running Springs unit will likely clean things up for you.
How does this noise effect your listening sessions? Is it audible more than a few inches from the tweeter? If not, you need to ask yourself is "fixing" it worth the bother.
Have you tried disconnecting the preamp from the power amp. Leaving the power amp on & only the power amp, do you still get this low level hiss?
I once asked this question from, Bob Cordell of Cordell Audio at

Here is his answer.

"The hiss you hear is the natural noise of the power amplifier. All electronic cicuits make noise, some more than others. When you put your ear to the tweeter, that is a very sensitive test for noise, especially if your speakers are sensitive speakers. It does not mean that there is anything wrong with your amplifier, especially if you hear about the same amount of noise coming from both the left and right speakers"
I hear the same "white noise" with my setup (Bryston B60R, Triangle Heliade ES). I can also hear it through the midrange, although at a lower level. I have noticed the same sort of hiss with previous audio systems, and it is only apparent when I put my ear next to the speaker, so I don't worry too much about it.

That said, you might try separating your cables from your power cords to be sure your not picking up emf noise.
The hiss is normal and ought be identical from both tweeters. It is one indication that the tweeters are working. It may not be a good idea to advance the volume beyond normal listening levels to perform the test.