Question about Teac Audio Players & Recorders
All I can tell you is that if the noise is on both channels the cause of it has to be something that is both channels running to it or is something to do with the power supply. If the main amp channels are outputted by one device I would blame it on that. But if they are separate you will need to look elsewhere.
Posted on Aug 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Protect Mode With Sony str-de595
Ypou have an intermittent problem that sounds to be heat related... the more work the amp does, the more heat generated by the output stages. This will be aggravating some poor solder joints that are cracked or dry. The unit needs some repair work done in these areas. If you have good experience with a soldering iron, the cure for this is to resolder the power stages of the unit, or any other solder joints that look to be failing.
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Posted on Jul 06, 2008
SOURCE: Yamaha AX-930 Audio Amplifier
Do a websearch for a competent repair shop in your region or ask the stereo folks where you got the amp.
It WILL need surgery.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
Try just the power amp on ..nothing connected
no Dakiom thingy either. It's a matter of elimination. Start at the output device and work back. Keep the Dakiom out of the loop.
If there's hum with just the Adcom..then it's the ADCOM
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
It's probably dust in the volume control. It gets in between the carbon track and the wiper that rotates on the track, or the resistive / carbon track inside the control is wearing out. As yours is stereo there will be 2 tracks and 2 wipers, one could be worn more than the other.
This should give you an idea. Inside Pot
Posted on May 06, 2012
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