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#200140 - 03/12/08 07:17 PM EP350 V3 Buzz problem
sdmoel Offline
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I just opened my new EP350 V3 and hooked it up. It has a loud anoying buzz. I tired two different woofer cables each with the same result. Any suggestions?

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#200141 - 03/12/08 07:24 PM Re: EP350 V3 Buzz problem [Re: sdmoel]
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#200142 - 03/12/08 08:10 PM Re: EP350 V3 Buzz problem [Re: EFalardeau]
sdmoel Offline
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Thanks! I'll give it a try. My new receiver comes tomorrow to replace my old, so that may do the trick too. I'm goping from a Sony to a Denon so...

I appreciate the link.

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#200143 - 03/12/08 08:13 PM Re: EP350 V3 Buzz problem [Re: sdmoel]
Mojo Offline
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I'm not sure what that link says but also try disconnecting your cable at the electrical panel. If that cures the hum, get the cable company to install a ground isolating filter. That cured it for me.

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#200144 - 03/12/08 08:24 PM Re: EP350 V3 Buzz problem [Re: Mojo]
Wid Offline
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Disconnecting cable from an electrical panel? Just disconnect it from the cable or sat box and see if that works.
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#200145 - 03/12/08 08:40 PM Re: EP350 V3 Buzz problem [Re: Wid]
Mojo Offline
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My cable comes in at the electrical service entrance. It used to go through a splitter for branches to up and down stairs. When I had this problem, I disconnected it at my DVD player to no avail (don't you remember that post of mine \:\) ?). When I pulled it out of the splitter, the problem disappeared. Then the cable company installed the isolator and they also took out the splitter and put in an amplifier. Since then, I haven't had a problem.

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