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Has developed a hum or line noise i can't get rid of,

When I first got it it was quiet,but has started having a constant line noise, I've checked cables, all good

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Hello, so the gear you have ain't the problem.
Have moved gear and especially ledlight dimmers(in your whole house). These days with saving lights with Dimmers. Did you started using a light dimmer? are all terrible for ground noise. Tv's.. terrible.
What i'd like you to do is put all you stuff off in whole your house and only use your sound gear, which didn't gave a problem and check if it still humms and stuff, and do you have a good desktop psu, costing min 150 euro, so no oem psu, which most are, only peopes don't know that. Pls try this and return if you have. noticed a difference. gr. Richard

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