Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hello i have just got a peavey microbass and when i switch it on it hums very loud, iv taken it apart and one of the chips is dammaged it is slap bang in the middle of the board with 5 terminals going into it, and is screwed to what seems to be aluminium block, can i get a replacement chip??
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The hum is usually electrical mains hum at 50hz, i wouldn't recommend messing about with the insides of amps!
Jay.D BsC Music Technology
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