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The audio input is disconnected or the source is lacking a signal. Check the connections by unplugging and plugging them back in securely.

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may be is a bad resistor inside, that get hot and probably start to do this problem. try disconecting the speakers, and move to other place, more cooler, and try to see if you don't get the hissing and humming sound now. sometimes dust and hot places get to this problem.
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