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NOISE IN CENTER CHANNEL --ONLY

I HAD A **ISE IN THE CENTER CHANNEL FOR A LONG TIME **W. I FIGURED WHEN I GOT THE MONEY ID BUY A NICE SURGE PROTECTOR WITH AUDIO FILTERS, GOUND LOOP FILTER ECT. I BOUGHT A 200 DOLLAR SURGE PROTECTOR LAST WEEK AND IT DIDNT HELP AT ALL. I TRIED DIFFERENT SPEAKER WIRE AND SPEAKER. STILL THE SAME . ** **ISE OUT OF ANY OTHER SPEAKER. IT EVEN HUMS WHEN THE EFFECTS OFF AND THE CENTER CHANNEL SHOULDN'T BE ON. ANY ADVISE.

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You probably have a bad capacitor on your affected channel. Just a guess. Also ensure you do not have a grounded input being amplified to that channel.

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