Question about Aiwa NSX-DS55 CD Shelf System
I love this system. It is inexpensive and puts out some good sound. I've already taken it in to replace the fan in the player though, and now the rear speakers are wierd. When the rear speakers are chosen in the surround settings, they buzz. It isn't the speakers because I switched out the center speaker with one of the rear speakers, and the center speaker made the same buzz noise. It also doesn't matter what level the volume is, it makes the same buzz regardless. Music still comes out of it, but it is slightly delayed and sounds echo-ish. I think this means it is an output problem. Do I need to take it in to get it repaired? Thanks for any help or ideas!!!
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Posted on Jan 28, 2009
The delay is normal as it's designed to create a spacious large room sound. The buzz however, is not. It sounds like the power supply is bleeding into the amp and should be serviced.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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