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My behringer europower EP2500 poweramp has a bad hiss on channel 2 What could this be?

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There is a possible noise build up on your CH2 due to failure or weakness of the LCR network of the preamp circuit. It could also be a noise within any semiconducctor or the preamp IC. Unless you can do a signal test with the elimination of the input to the output amplifier, the fault will not be say to isolate. Hence if youarre familiar do the test by approching from the output amplifier's input, proceeding to the main input where the faulty section can be identified. Hope this helps. Good day

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http://www.retrevo.com/support/Behringer-EP2500-Amps-manual/id/23281ci655/t/2/

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