Question about Audio Players & Recorders
My reciever has a humming noise (much louder when unit is firt turned on, then nearly goes away). The humming does not get louder with increase in volume. A few years ago I was dumn and had it wedge in-between two shelves, it would turn off if we had it on for long periods(obviously it was over-heating, but I wasn't smart enough to figure this out before it caused this problem). Am I out of luck or is there a repair possible? Which part of a recieve would a humming noise be coming from?
The most frequent cause of a "humming noise" in electrical components is called a "ground loop". If you want an indebth discussion of just what this is, you may go to this link:
If, on the other hand, all you want to do is stop the humming, you may be interested in the discussion here:
No need for me to reiterate all that is said in the above discusssion. Try all of the suggestions made. Good luck.
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