Question about Audio Players & Recorders
When changing the preset amp models, there is a constant buzz or fuzzy sound with each one and hardly any change between the amp models. They all pretty much sound the same or similar.
Sound like an open ground wire on the output jack. The buzzing is usually due to this ground problem. check all wiring to the output jack.
Posted on Nov 09, 2014
Testimonial: "Thanks Chris for the quick response. I removed the output jack pcb and re-soldered all the pins in case there was a cold joint but still no change. I did not pull the metal cover off of the output jack housing yet. Maybe I didn't go far enough?"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I wish I could just say what to fix, but you can not do this at home. Line 6 is a great amp and worth the time taking it down to the music shop , to be looked at an give you a repair estimate. good luck keep on rocking in the free world. DFD
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
If the buzz disappears when you unplug the cable from the amp. check your cable.
If the buzz disappears when you unplug the cable from the instrument, there's something thay may have come loose inside the instrument.
If you unplug the cable from the amp., and the buzz persists, you'll have to have a competent tech. check your amp.
Posted on May 20, 2009
MAKE sure you have it connected to a three wire circuit that has the ground. A lot of these style amps will buzz if they are left ungrounded.
Also search for sources of buzzing light light dimmers.
Further, power supply electrolytic filter caps are suspect.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
Make sure you have a ground prong on your power cord. Most input jacks nowadays are closed circuit. They have a switch built in that won't allow any sound without the cord plugged in. You may have a damaged jack that will give you a loud hiss, a loud hum or crackling depending on what volume your controls are set at.
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
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