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Old 12th October 2018, 03:39 PM   #21
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Hi everybody.

A question:

Since the company withdrew the power analyzer have you returned to noise ever? If not, maybe the problem was an old/bad cable or electric connection.
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Well Hugh, i must be honest and say that at the moment NONE show any signs of problems or noise.
Without anything connected to the Maya inputs, what can you normally hear in your speakers if you press your ear right up to the cones?
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Hi everybody.

A question:

Since the company withdrew the power analyzer have you returned to noise ever? If not, maybe the problem was an old/bad cable or electric connection.

Nothing for now. I too believe there was a bad connection on NEUTRAL wire , at the Main Power Switch (owned and de-sealed by power company, and then sealed again).
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Without anything connected to the Maya inputs, what can you normally hear in your speakers if you press your ear right up to the cones?
Virtually nothing (tiny tiny buzz very very faint)
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Virtually nothing (tiny tiny buzz very very faint)
Is that with the PS Audio power conditioner attached? If you hear any buzz this probably means something is not right.
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