I have a brand new paramax p-510 home theater system that has a low hum when the sound is turned on from an appliance ie-Tv etc. when the sound is turned off about 20 seconds later it stops. It doesn't have a place for a ground to be hooked up as does a turntable to an ampilfier to stop that same problem, anyone with any ideas? maybe a noise supressor
Posted by Anonymous on Dec 27, 2010
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I ALSO HAVE A BRAND NEW PARAMAX P-510 HOME THEATER SYSTEM THAT IS MAKING A LOW HUMMING SOUND. THIS IS DRIVING ME AND MY FAMILY NUT. I TRIED EVERYTHING i.e. CHECKING ALL SPEAKER WIRES MAKING SURE THEY ARE NOT PARALLEL TO POWER SUPPLY LINES, PROPERLY GROUNDED, NO OTHER EQUIPMENTS NEAR IT, ETC.. I STILL HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM. I KNOW I HAVE BEEN TAKEN.I PAID $250 AND THOUGHT I HIT THE JACKPOT. I BOUGHT THIS FROM THESE TWO PERSON (A MALE AND A FEMALE) IN A WHITE VAN AT A SHELL GAS STATION IN MARKHAM ONTARIO CANADA. NOW I AM STUCK WITH THIS HUMMING NOISE AND A PIECE OF JUNK. IF ANYONE KNOW HOW TO FIX THIS PLEASE GIVE ME AN ANSWER. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE.
Here is your answere.... if you have your tv or vcr, or dvd...etc to close it can cause a hum with a "indoor antenna "..... now we can fix this .... move your antena far away as possable from the tv...etc make sure wires are not "tangled" in it, make sure that your source inputs are not grounded, ex 3 prong plug on vcr on tv...etc. invest in a good surge supressor that will " clean your power " ex ... monster cable etc... now you can " ground the system " by using a alagator clip to your "cooling fins" and connect a wire with a loop ring to your outlet that is grounded or loop all devices together and then to ground. if you still have any isues consult a licenced electrician to check your ground from pannel box to meter and make sure the ground is "bonded" to the neutral bar... this should solve your issues....
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