Question about Marshall Mg50dfx 50-Watt Combo Guitar Amplifier
Make sure the master volume is turned up and the inout gain is down some.
All of the electronic devices suffer from the statistical noise within the amplifying components. Keeping the inour gain down some tends to limit the gain where the hiss is most sensitive, that is the high gain in the "front end" or preamp section.
A "ton" is not a MEANINGFUL measure of the loudness of the hiss.
A meaningful measurement would be the Db relative to the normal program material.
Test with no devices plugged into it as the preamps in guitars can create hiss too. The hiss should be barely perceptable at 5 feet from the amp.
Posted on May 04, 2010
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