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nsgarch

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Noname, you should try using a "cheater" plug on the Depth power cord to "lift" or "break" the ground. You may have a ground loop.
 

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Thank you, but I now do not have any more a problem.
Hola noname...can you tell us what was the problem?...noise can come from many different places and goods. When you told us that even when the sub was unplugged from its rca, the noise remains...that guide us to think in ground loop problem. It is very nice to know that you don´t have it any more!!...happy listening,
Roberto.:musicnote:
 

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Hola noname...can you tell us what was the problem?...noise can come from many different places and goods. When you told us that even when the sub was unplugged from its rca, the noise remains...that guide us to think in ground loop problem. It is very nice to know that you don´t have it any more!!...happy listening,
Roberto.:musicnote:
Small a "whirr" of no importance.
I changed the line connector cord and I do not have any more a problem.
It is what I mentioned above.

It was about an electric problem.

Thank you with you all.
 
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