Question about Sony MDS-JE320 Mini Disc Player
Are you using an AC adapter, or running it on batteries? If 'wall-wort' AC adapter, that's the issue. If you're running it on batteries, sounds like a bad ground, try different earphone/headphones and see if the hum goes away. With the 2nd pair of headphones/earphones, does the hum go away, or if you wiggle the headphone jack back and forth a little bit?
Posted on Aug 10, 2010
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