Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hi i have a problem wit my lexicon power amp, a buzzing/hum coming from all the channels. Its only very faint when its just the power amp on and nothing is connected to it but the speakers. buzz gets louder when i connect the pre amp to the RCA inputs on the power amp. it get even louder when i switch the plasma on. which is connected to the pre amp with a component lead, if i disconnect the component the buzz is reduced. Is there a fualt with the power amp as i'v treid loads of ways to get rid of the buzz.
Might be caused by any of the Large Capacitors in the power supply section of the amp.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
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