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Constant hum and a strangs blown out sound if the volume and/or bass is to high! The hum is constant on or of powerwise. slightly louder when the system is off Model is Midiland MX-2 fantastic equalization of sound, thats why I would hate to replace it.

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Hello,

It sounds like you may have a ground loop issue. I'd start by checking all the power and ground connections. Then disconnect the RCA wires from the amplifier. If the hum goes away then you should try grounding the stereo to a better grounding point, the factory grounds are usually not very good at all. Then try it again, if it is still there try replacing the RCA"s.

If the hum is still there after you've redone the connections and replaced the RCA's, you may need to install a ground loop isolator.
Both www.crutchfield.com and www.sonicelectronix.com sell good ones.

Hope this helps

Posted on Mar 29, 2009

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