HUM noise at PSW3000 if i connect the Yamaha RX-V995
Iam using the PSW3000 with the Yamaha RX-V995 home theater system. While i connect the Audio input cable to the sub woofer, its creating the HUM noise in the Sub woofer and other speakers at Home Theater also. If i switch off the power at SUB, the noise is avilable. But if i remove the sub woofer power card, then its stopped. Please let me know why? I checked the 230V AC power ground also. To the ground to Netural its shows less than 6V.
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I'm confused. The message header shows a problem with a Yamaha RX-V995 receiver.
As for connecting a Nakamichi (or any surround system) to a TV - the only connection would be the Monitor output (video connection) to an appropriate video input of your TV.
If it is a Nakamichi, it is a little older and probly predates the invention of HDMI cables. My guess is you will either use the S video output or Composite video output to the TV's input with similar connections.
This allows you to route whatever video sources you have connected to the Nakamichi to the TV.
Assuming you have the same Model Variant ( I'm not sure if Yamaha varies model from Country to Country) I just switch mine to effect off ( 2 Channel) to remove the surround component so that only A or B speaker pairs work.That should fix it unless I am mistaken.
You can connect PS3 video via HDMI to receiver and from receiver via HDMI to TV. But RX-V365 doesn't support HDMI audio, so you have to connect audio separately via SPDIF digital cable. I think PS3 uses optical SPDIF, so you will need optical cable. If you can't find cheaps optical cables in your shop, you can try byuing from ebay ($1-5 max.)
your main lead wire contains only two core, could be brown, black, anyway..open the cover of the unit, and change the cord, get three core main wire, and take the old one off, replace the other one, which should have earth, you can screw it to the transfomer base, try this