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Carlsbro dsp marlin amp is buzzing loud constantly even without anything plugged in, can anyone help?

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Hi,

If it's buzzing even when the volume is down, there must be a problem in the power supply.
Then you have to look if there's a diode or capacitor not correct.

Kind regards,
Gerard

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