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I hear noises when DD-10 is turned on.. even without signal to i

I tried to unplug the RCA, leaving only the power cable. Noise still coming out from the sub.

I switched power cords, changing to different outlets, but those dont help.

appreciate anyone that can suggest a solution.

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If it is a low level white noise, you may have some form of RF noise that is being picked up by the driver mounted servo system.

Then it could be something else as well.

Best to contact Velodyne to see about service for your unit.

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