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Why do I get buzzing each time I increase the volume on my hi -fi?

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    joeloss Feb 11, 2012

    Whenever I increase the volume on my Technics SU-X950 integrated amp, the sound of the record is cancelled out by a loud buzzing. This only seems to happen when I use the turntable.

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What type of set up do you have ....an old zenith that was a turn table,radio in a cabinet or independent units, such as separate receiver, tape/CD /DVD Playing Recording unit? Also check connections in back of speakers (if they are separate from unit. It can be a number of things from bad Volume pot to a "magnetic' device to close to speaker system,to a bare connection to accidentally shorting against another connection. Check all your connections first. Hope this helps, Best Regards,Steve

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