Question about Paradigm PS 1200 Speaker
Hum usually comes from the power side, not necessarily the inputs. try physically moving your amp to another room in the house, or even to a friends house, see if the hum goes away. if it does, get an outlet tester ($15) from home depot and test the outlet, hot and neutral may be reversed. talk to someone who knows home electricity if you are not sure what to do in an outlet. if this does not work, try plugging the amplifier into a decent power bar (apc or such) usually used for computers. this sometimes helps as well. (usually less than 30 bucks)
Posted on Aug 16, 2007
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