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Hi, you didn't say if the mic actually passes sound? The C-1 is a condenser Mic & needs phantom power - switch on the rear of your mixer. If that's no help, what happens if you disconnect the mic, then turn the levels back up? Still hissing or gone? If it's gone then it's the Mic - must use a 3 wire cable, preferably XLR so it gets the phantom power. If the hiss is still there without the Mic then sounds like the mixer is faulty - try some of the other channels..... How loau is the hiss - just in the background or as load as a vocal "one, two" test? A few things to check anyway...... Good Luck!
The CD player cannot suffer from poor reception, so if you are having the same hissing / buzzing sound from the Bose system irrespective of the source you have selected , its is coming from the preamp / amplifier section.Also could be coming from the electronic source selector in the preamp section.You will need profession help
its never normal for your phone to make sounds other than what you want it to make. try lowering the speaker volume to the lowest setting but still allow yourslf to be able to hear. check to see if its still making the sound. if so try getting your music from a diffrent source. if that also fails try voice record if its avalible on your model phone. play voice listen for the unwanted noise. reason for this is to narrow the problem . how long has the phone done this?
your phone speaker is most likely the problem seeing that even the phones own tones has a static sound.
could have blown speaker .
Here is how I fixed the hissing noise in my Soundock;
--Pull the bottom plate off (It is attached by 4 screws)
--There is a green motherboard with 2 ribbonwires. .
--One of the ribbonwires (the one the mounts the ribbon vertically) had loosened up.
--Use a tweezers to pop it back into place and that noise will disappear.
This is a design flaw, as the action of inserting/removing your ipod, coupled with the action of setting your sound dock down will work this ribbon loose.
Try to see if the reciever will make the buzzing/noise without anything connected to it except power, and speakers. Tune into a local radio station and see if the noise continues. If the noise has stopped, then you know there is an issue with the player or cable.
It sounds electro-mechanical. Meaning it could be a solenoid not engaging one of the mechanical arms, or even one of the plastic mechanical arms could have jumped out of their socket. It doesn't sounds too drastic, however the unit will have to be pulled apart and investigated. thanks ST
According to page 15 of the Vibe manual, "When formatting in Windows XP, if File System is FAT32 or NTFS, VIBE does not work."
Step 2 under "Formatting VIBE" states: "After setting File system to FAT, press Start button to format."
Don't know if this helps, but, if so, you might want to download the manual from support at pny.com.