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Genelec One rear surround wiring

timlo, modified 8 Years ago.

Genelec One rear surround wiring

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 11/29/14 Recent Posts
I have AC hum problem with wiring Genelec One rear surround speakers. My receiver is Yamaha RX-V777.
It would be nice to get to know other members' experiences of how you have solved the problem.

Timlo from Finland
ilkka-rissanen, modified 8 Years ago.

Re: Genelec One rear surround wiring

Yoda Posts: 2564 Join Date: 3/23/09 Recent Posts
Typically it is a problem of a bad quality unbalanced cable. Change to a better quality (good insulation) cable and the problem should go away.
joerggermany, modified 8 Years ago.

Re: Genelec One rear surround wiring

Padawan Posts: 36 Join Date: 12/23/13 Recent Posts
... so it is. You need somthing like this to go symmetrical and
you have no Problem any more.

Gruss Joerg