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8340 and power conditioner

marco78, modified 1 Year ago.

8340 and power conditioner

Youngling Posts: 0 Join Date: 12/17/20 Recent Posts

Hi all, i bought a pair of 8340 3 months ago. I'm using these wonderfull speakers as an hi-fi system with a 7360 sub. I noticed a cyclic hum noise from the speakers in some circumstances. In the power path I've the router power switch and some others electronic devices. Unplugging these devices cause the hum disappearing. Do You think is possible to use a power conditioner before 7340 to solve the problem without removing all the devices? Some idea on witch kind of power conditioner could solve?  Thanks!! 

janne-koo, modified 1 Year ago.

RE: 8340 and power conditioner

Padawan Posts: 73 Join Date: 10/26/15 Recent Posts

I'd hazard a guess that the problem is elsewhere, ground issues... Is the signal balanced? If not, well, there's a problem for sure. Go digital, you have the option!