Question about Cambridge Audio Azur 540A Amplifier
If the noise does not go away when you turn the volume control down the problem is in the output stage. If the noise is in one channel, then you should only look at that channel. Use the other good channel as a guide to what is working. If in both channels then it can only be something common to both channels. The bad news is that anything can cause noise.
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