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Old 1st May 2008, 11:17 PM   #1
dalefog is offline dalefog  Germany
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Default Trends Audio Ta-10.1 - white noise?

Hi!

Is it normal, that a constant hiss is comming from that amp while not connected to any input source? It can be heard from the tweaters in a very close distance only.

Or are your Ta`s completely silent?

Thanks for your info!
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Old 5th May 2008, 09:05 PM   #2
Sjef is offline Sjef  Netherlands
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sounds very normal to me. when an amp has an open input connection it sees everything in it's surroundings, including it's own rf pollution at the input. with a input device (i.e. a cd player) connected most of this airborne pollution is drawn away to earth via the output resistance of the input device. If there is no noise with a close connection than there's is absolutely nothing to worry about.
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