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One of the channels has a bad hum. It can't be heard when the channel fader is at minimum but increases as the fader is brought up.

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check see if youy have some coving the vent or the speak connect right

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This amp will need to be serviced

Check on the web for someone who does audio/stereo repair in your area

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SOURCE: Can you change the operating frequency of a Samson

No, the Stage 5 series are fixed-frequency units. They come in a variety of channels (the new 200Mhz range model has 28 different ones) but they're factory-set, and not programmable, so the frequency you pick when you buy one is the frequency you're stuck with.


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SOURCE: One channel of my Samson SX 1800 does not work. It

That section of the amp overheated and failed .
You're looking at replacing 8 transistors and a couple components on the protect circuit

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