Question about Marantz Audio Players & Recorders
All transformers buzz though you cannot hear it normally. The big transformers on power lines like to buzz for all to hear. When a transformer in a stereo amp gets old and deteriorates or gets hot and expands the coils, melts the coil varnish and epoxy coatings then rattles at 60 times per second. You can ignore it or change the transformer. There are too many layers of windings to try to stick anything in there. Disconnecting a transformer results in inductive kickback -that's not money. It's a big, whopping electrical gotcha! Be careful! Good luck, Steve Medley
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
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