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Old 1st August 2005, 04:20 AM   #1
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Default AMP-1 and buzz in the loudspeakers

One of my friends bought a Audio Zone AMP-1 and its sound is excellent.
But there is small buzz in the loudspeakers.
All the Gain Card and the Gainclones have that buzz? This is possible?
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All the Gain Card and the Gainclones have that buzz? This is possible?
No, if properly built, the Gainclones are prefectly silent!
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One of my friends bought a Audio Zone AMP-1 and its sound is excellent.
But there is small buzz in the loudspeakers.
All the Gain Card and the Gainclones have that buzz? This is possible?

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No, if properly built, the Gainclones are prefectly silent!
It is not likely to be bad construction or internal grounding layout.
At least I don't think so, otherwise Peter would have all his clients complaining.

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It is not likely to be bad construction or internal grounding layout.
I wasn't implying anything, just that there shouldn't be any noises!
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I wasn't implying anything, just that there shouldn't be any noises!
Yes, must be an earthing issue, as you can see on my (spanish) post.
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