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Every few seconds there is a loud buzzing. from bugera 333xl amp worked perfect 10 min and then started buzzing
It looks as though you have ripple noise that amplifies into the output. First of all check if the mains voltage is going down to produce the low voltage hum. If not you will have to check the DC filter capacitors , couple in parallel to confirm the capacitor. IF the buzz is still coming through then you will have to isolate the preamp and wait it the fault is coming in. If not connect the preamp output to another amp to hear the same buzz to confirm the preamp to be faulty. If so you will have to trace by a voltage check when the buzz occurs to confirm if the preamp IC or the selector Ic is faulty. Some logic IC's can also produce this noise on static switching. If teh noise is appearing on both the channels, then I would still bet on the power section. So check once again on the rectifier/ regulators and capacitors. Hope this advice helps. Good day
Posted on Jul 24, 2010
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