Question about Intel Motherboard
I have a p4 motherboard computer i built, i have my sound running out in to a small two channle mixing board.out and into my amp. when i play cds there is no humming noise. but when i switch the channle to computer it makes a loud humming noise even when its off and it seems to react to the stuff ido on my computer.so i know its somthing on my pc so somebody help me
The hum is probably AC noise. First check that your cable to the amp is correctly shielded and all connections are good. A bad connection especially the ground can cause this.
You may want to put a ferrite core on the audio cable close to where it enters the amp too...
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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