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Serious (?) problem with one of my HT208's

viciouslyincompetent, modified 13 Years ago.

Serious (?) problem with one of my HT208's

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 12/1/09 Recent Posts
Hi there, this is my first post and I'm pretty panicked. I just moved to a new house and set up my HT208's. I turn them on and for about 30-40 seconds their fine. After that the right-hand one starts with some 50Hz ground hum which gradually rises in pitch and level until I get really freaked out. I've tried it on all of my power points, with and without a surge-protector. It only happens to the one speaker, they were both working fine before the move and I'm pretty sure they weren't damaged during. Any thoughts?
christophe-anet, modified 13 Years ago.

Re: Serious (?) problem with one of my HT208's

Jedi Knight Posts: 188 Join Date: 3/23/09 Recent Posts

Thanks for your message and sorry to hear about your HT208 problem. First, and as mentioned in our Forum header, service questions should be sent directly to our distributor's service centers for fast and efficient handling.

Your message has been forwarded to our UK distributor and they are going to contact you personally. ... gdom&area=

We are sorry for the inconvenience.
Best regards,