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  • Background hiss from TD-10

    With the master out volume at half, I can hear this annoying hiss. Below half volume nothing. I have seen some people talking about this somewhere else on this forum but I can't find it now. Is there anyway to get rid of it? At this point I keep the volume from the TD-10 down and crank up the KC-500s. Can anyone advise?

    Also, I was just reading the heated debate over where to get the best prices. Here is my thought (just FYI)...
    Everyone price matches, if they don't they will go out of business. So you should find a place with knowledgable people whom you like and trust, that's the place to go. It is one thing to pay a little more for the equipment you want. But if a salesman pushes some crap on you just for a quick sale, you are wasting all of your money. Keep rockin' guys.

    [This message has been edited by scratchcat (edited May 21, 2001).]
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    Originally posted by scratchcat:
    With the master out volume at half, I can hear this annoying hiss. Below half volume nothing. I have seen some people talking about this somewhere else on this forum but I can't find it now. Is there anyway to get rid of it? At this point I keep the volume from the TD-10 down and crank up the KC-500s. Can anyone advise?
    That's weird. I had the opposite problem. Low sliders and master out would induce noise. A strong signal eliminated it. I did find if the high end EQ on the amp was way up, it got real noisy (including buzz). Anyone else experience this?
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    • #3
      Scratchcat, is your rig grounded? If you are in an apartment, try to plug in some other audio device in the same area and see if itís noisy as well.

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      • #4
        I am pretty sure it is grounded but I will give it a try. Thanks for the advice gents.
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