Question about CSi Speco PBM-30 2-Channel Amplifier
You may have connected your XM with amp by aux input connection of the amp. Just unplug the connection and switch ON your amp only. If you hear this Buzz sound even the XM disconnected, surely your amplifiers' output section has damaged. Advance the volume of the amp, in this condition, and if the Buzz sound increase with volume, the amplifiers' tonal stage has got damaged. If you feel the amp is silent and the fault occurs when XM is connected, XM's audio output has damaged. If you gets only Buzz sound from XM, retune your XM and check whether it helps you. If it does not help, check your XM subscription details. If it is ok, and still XM didn't accept, the XM recevers' tuner section has got damaged, and it is irreparable. OK.
Posted on May 24, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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