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Old 19th June 2005, 02:31 AM   #1
needlz is offline needlz  United States
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Default My GC. Works great but...

Hey All...

I just finished a GC w/ carlos's snubberized PS in a seperate enclosure using the V+, V-, Case ground, Board ground umbilical. The GC works great but there is a very strong grounding buzz once RCA inputs are plugged in (regardless of whether the other end is plugged into the pre-amp or not). Should the RCA jacks be isolated from the case (they are currently isolated). Is there anything else I should check?

thanks.
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Old 19th June 2005, 06:43 AM   #2
needlz is offline needlz  United States
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nevermind... it was my preamp acting up. i plugged in an ipod directly to it and it worked perfectly. sweet little rig she is.
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