I recently moved to a new city and finally hooked up my home theater system. As my main speakers, I use the older model Infinity Preludes which have powered woofers.
When I plugged them in, WITH NO SPEAKER WIRES ATTACHED, I got a loud hum and picked up a local radio station.
I then moved the speakers up to my listening room where I have installed a separate circuit outlet off a new sub panel. The same problem occurred. I then them plugged them in through my PS Audio Ultimate Outlet with no improvement.
What's up? Do I need to do something different with the subpanel's grounding?
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Topic - Why do I hear a radio station play thru my speakers ????? - Scooter 06:54:35 04/05/03 (10)
- Use ferrite clamps - Jon L 16:18:50 04/06/03 (0)
- Re: Why do I hear a radio station play thru my speakers ????? - Scooter 07:24:09 04/06/03 (0)
- The very first amp I built as a teenager also did the same thing! (NT) - E 04:37:21 04/06/03 (0)
- Chris O wins! - garth 03:09:16 04/06/03 (0)
- No speaker wires? - Norm Strong 21:17:38 04/05/03 (0)
- Re: Why do I hear a radio station play thru my speakers ????? - Cut-Throat 14:03:09 04/05/03 (0)
- Re: Why do I hear a radio station play thru my speakers ????? - CELT 12:46:58 04/05/03 (0)
- Duct-tape them to the side of your head and use as a Walkman. [nt] - email@example.com 08:32:47 04/05/03 (0)
- Can you spell RFI? - Chris O 07:16:19 04/05/03 (1)
- Re: Um, "R" ........ "F" .........Um, "I"!! - Tyoder 04:29:49 04/06/03 (0)
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