Question about Paradigm PDR 12 Speaker
I have an onkyo 606 amp. when i am watching a movie/tv there is a hum coming out of the speakers and i have no idea how i can stop that. It is worse in other sound modes. How can i fix that? Also I just got the paradigm pdr 12 and plugged it in the amp turned on and there was a high pitch screamming noise that would not stop.
There is a chance that your wiring is producing this problem. Manufacturers don't always make equipment that is compatible with each other. The biggest problem's are "ground loops". Radio Shack has a non-electrical device that separates the common ground from all equipment. You basically connect it between your amp out's and in's - cables included. It is possible that other manufactures also make and sell this device too. It's main "Google" name would most likely be - "Ground Loop Isolators". If you are using the actually speaker outputs into your subwoofer amp input(s), check your polarity wiring again. Good luck with your system - it sounds like it'll rock when it's all setup correctly.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
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