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Genelec 6010A making a fuzzy/hissing sound periodically

boffajones, modified 1 Year ago.

Genelec 6010A making a fuzzy/hissing sound periodically

Youngling Posts: 0 Join Date: 12/2/21 Recent Posts

These have been amazing speakers but over the last year or so one of the two has been making a fuzzy sound on and off, when i prass against the little level knob on the back beside the power switch it fixes it temporarily. Just wondering if there is a more permanent fix? As long as I have pressure against it it seems fine but it isn't an ideal solution.