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Loud buzzing noise.

Turned system on this morning and had a loud buzzing noise. Checked all the wires and connections and couldn't find anything.

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If you pull out the "input" cables and the noise stops, you have a problem with the "ground" and you have to check if there isn't a loose contact inside the plugs. If it doesn't stop, your amplifier is the problem and that mostly is a bad contact on the board in the pre-amplifier area.

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