Question about SDAT SB-L1006S Subwoofer
Buzzing sounds in audio equipment can almost always be traced to substandard wiring, bad grounds, or wiring that is run to close to a power source like extension cords or power strips. Unshielded RCA's can do this and RCA's that have a broken lead can also do this. So first try moving it away from your other equipment. Then start checking RCA cables or any other input cables to make sure they are intact. You may have to replace the wires to see if there is a problem as a broken lead may not be noticeable from the outside. If you try all this and still no improvement, it would be likely that the source of the problem is in the MixSonic.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
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