Question about Onkyo TX-DS696 Receiver
I am getting a buzzing sound thru my speakers even with the volume set to zero.have mirage m3si speakers in front which are the ones that are affected. speaker problem or amp? would appreciate any solutions/suggestions. thanks
Maybe some filter capacitors of the amplifier has been drying out! check for the main filter capacitors and output capacitors of your amplifier. replace them if necessary with a higher capacitance but the same voltage rating!
Posted on Nov 16, 2007
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