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Humming/Buzzing noise in my Marantz SR5600-even on lowest volume-

I tried swapping the speaker wires-no luck

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Check the main filter capacitor at its power supply section circuit. Electro help

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SOURCE: Connecting Speakers to Marantz NR1402

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You can use banana plugs to connect speakers to the speaker post. Connect the wire to the banana plug then insert the banana plug in the speaker post.

If you serch in google with the name speaker banana plug then you will get picture of different types.

You can buy this banana plugs in any nearby electronic spare part shop. They all stock this item. Normally comes in pair ( red, black)
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This is a nice speaker. You could get humming from the wires being crossed they actually do have polarity and better speakers will hum if the wires are crossed. The volume cloud also be too high without input. You also may have some interference with other audio wires or power wires close to the speaker.

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Hello snow1525,

You may have a torn speaker element. This is usually the cause of buzzing noise in the sound, also you may have a bad capacitor in your audio section. This is what I would suggest doing as a test open the front bottom panel of your TV and visually inspect the speakers for signs of ripping and or tearing in the speaker element. If the element or elements are torn it may be possible to repair it with rubber cement or rubber paste just coat the tear with the rubber cement to hole the torn edges together and allow it to dry for two days before testing the sound. If the speaker elements are not ripped then the problem may be a bad capacitor either in the audio section (power supply) or in the filter block (usually attached to the speakers to separate bass and treble signal to the speakers.

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I hope you have it connected to the Phono input on the left rear of the receiver. Otherwise the minute signal generated by the phono cartridge is too small for the other inputs to process.

The buzzing noise/bad channel is probably a bad connection in the tonearm/headshell connection or one of the 4 wires attaching the cartridge to the shell. If you DON'T want to blow up your speakers, TURN YOUR RECEIVER OFF, turn the volume to 0 or select another input before messing around with the tonearm.

Swap the two channels from the tonearm to the Phono connectors to prove the buzzing is external (at the turntable). I think the Dual CS415 uses the old standard headshell. With the volume down flip the lever toward the back, carefully remove the assembly and look over the tiny multi-colored wires with the brass crimp-on ends. We're looking for tight kinks or broken wires. Then put it back. maybe reseat it a few times to wear off any oxidation and try it again.

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HI...

From others I've worked on it appears that some solder joints on the volume control assby have "let go".
There are a few places that stock Marantz parts online.
Typically ,this isnt a consumer serviceable issue.
I can possibly suggest a repair place depending on where you are.

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