Dec 6, 1. Yes, my password is: It appears that something is drawing too much current and loading down the power supply. Quote of the day. Having problems with timers Posted by citizencoolguy in forum: I thought I detected two broken capacitors and I replaced them. And thanks for the suggestions.
But see if you can google a schematic. It appears that something is drawing too much current and loading down the power supply. No, create an account now. Except one, which is the one where I removed the amp. I have anyway just two speakers and don’t have a replacement amp. The subwoofer uses 2 bridged amps. And even when I connect everything, the subwoofer does not hum, but doesn’t play any music either.
But it has the biggest magnitude is at Hz and Hz. Your name or email address: How is the volume actually controlled?
Thanks for cleaning my mess and opening this new thread. When the new thread got created we lost the photo showing the top view of the board. Oct 2, 17, 5, Dec 6, 4. Dec 6, 5. Here is an overview: After the rectifier bridge I have 31V.
Airis L147 having humm problems
Do you have a volt meter or any other test equipment? Dec 6, 7. You May Also Like: From yellow to yellow I have around 24V. Except one, which is the one where I removed the amp. Don’t hijack someone’s thread cineja a different problem. As the input goes straight into the UTC and from there the output goes straight to the speaker output. You can do a finger test and feel which amp is getting hot.
I thought I detected two broken capacitors and I replaced them. The humming is not effected by any controls, I actually unplugged all cinmea and LEDs and the humming is still there.
There are three wires coming from the power supply 1xblack, 2xyellow. I also disconnected the control panel, LED, subwoofer and inputs and it’s still humming. A few days ago I found an home cinema amplifier and two speakers and I thought maybe I can fix it.
When I record the hum with the phone and I look at the spectrogram it looks like the hum is at 50Hz, Hz, Hz aso. Sorry, but I’m new to all this Maybe I also should also mention that the subwoofer doesn’t hum, it’s just every sattelite channel.
I have anyway just two speakers and don’t have a replacement amp. Quote of the day. Can you detect any excessive heat being generated from any of the components? But if just one amplifier is broken why do I get a hum on all channels? Yes, my password is: Do you think I can just remove the broken amplifier without replacing it?
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There is a big difference between hum and motor-boating. The potential for medical applications could be huge. Airis L having humm problems Reply to Thread. Every amp for the sattelites seems to have it’s own circuit: Do you already have an account?
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