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Old 24th December 2012, 09:19 PM   #601
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Yes of course I know... but that's what my oscilloscope says... the speakers say hum...
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Old 25th December 2012, 11:47 AM   #602
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Yes of course I know... but that's what my oscilloscope says... the speakers say hum...
I was just kidding , but you probably have some ground loop problem , Be sure to use a star ground , all grounds to one point at the PSU ( see my system picture in my previous post) I had a little hum in my 5 x L15d system in the beginning , when I wired the speaker grounds direct to the L15D boards . after I changed the speaker ground wiring directly to the star point at the PSU the system was totally quiet .

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Do I get you right? Your speakers produce hum, too? I'll try to measure the SMPS's hum with some resistors, so without the hum from the amps. Doesn't anybody have similar experiences or some measurements?

Are threre any mods so solve it?
well yes, but not because of the switching amp. you can't hear that freq. of several 100kHz. my hum if I would put it like that is because of not really good ground between computer, power outlet and amp and so on. with no signal, no cable on input, you can't hear anything
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Old 27th December 2012, 08:19 AM   #605
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I know what you mean and I don'r really know the problem. I also know I'm not able to hear > 16 - 18kHz. But I can hear the hum from the speakers really good, and after I simply wired only one module and solved any possible loops, I have no idea instead. Is it possible, that the SMPS' s ripple / AC is too high and so the mosfets or other vomponents are oscillating?
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Old 27th December 2012, 09:48 AM   #606
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I was just kidding , but you probably have some ground loop problem , Be sure to use a star ground , all grounds to one point at the PSU ( see my system picture in my previous post) I had a little hum in my 5 x L15d system in the beginning , when I wired the speaker grounds direct to the L15D boards . after I changed the speaker ground wiring directly to the star point at the PSU the system was totally quiet .

Cheers

Rens
Hi Rens,

So to make this clear for me

Your speaker ground goes both (first) to the common star ground and (then) to the minus binding post on the L15d.

I have some his that I would like to tackle, this is by far the easy way out.

Thank you

Peter
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Old 27th December 2012, 10:30 AM   #607
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I wired my amp as described in post 47
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That solved my ( modest) hum problem .
Dont think it will make any difference with noise . My amps have very little noise , only audible with the ear in front of my very sensitive Tannoys .

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Old 27th December 2012, 10:38 AM   #608
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Hi Rens,

I use the L15d-pro. Just searched for the recommended wiring, as it is different because of the incorporated speaker protection.

So your solution will not work for me.

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Old 27th December 2012, 11:00 AM   #609
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Hi Rens,

I use the L15d-pro. Just searched for the recommended wiring, as it is different because of the incorporated speaker protection.

So your solution will not work for me.

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Hi Peter ,

Do you have noise ( Hiss) or hum in your system , I don't have a schematic of the l15D pro with DC protection , but have a pretty good idea how it is wired on the PCB and I think there will be a problem in a multi amp system on one PSU with this board .Do you have the schematic ?

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Old 27th December 2012, 11:53 AM   #610
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Hi Rens,

The schematics of the wiring.

I use a connexelectronics smps500r to feed them.

My grounding is floating as I have no grounding in my sockets.

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