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- Sun Feb 22, 2009 10:13 am
- Forum: Carver Home (Audio)
- Topic: Newbie Questions
- Replies: 26
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No it did not stop working. For all I know it may have started working with with that phenomenon. It was the first time I had powered the unit up. It was supposed to have been a non-functional amp. It let out a belch then started to sing. I thought "these carvers are strange" as I cant imagine ever ...
Oh .. and it buckled upward not downwardaa7679 wrote:Ha Ha... no it did it on its own. Watched it happen with a noise like <poonk> and it went on about its business.TNRabbit wrote:Only when sat upon.aa7679 wrote:Has anyone ever seen the top of an m1.ot buckle?
Ha Ha... no it did it on its own. Watched it happen with a noise like <poonk> and it went on about its business.TNRabbit wrote:Only when sat upon.aa7679 wrote:Has anyone ever seen the top of an m1.ot buckle?
Excuse my ignorance but all pieces in my system are relatively new (to me). I have an m1.0t, an onkyo tx-sr800,and some yamaha ns-55's(dual 8" 3 ways). The carver amp produced better sound than the big onkyo so im using it as a preamp currently. I do not like the sound coming through the onkyo it so...
On a slightly related note, I've recently noticed a new sort of interferance in my sub. In the new house, the sub is behind the couch, and it's connected to the receiver via a LONG RCA interconnect (4 meters) which is actually 4 1-meter cables joined with gold-plated F-F connectors. The IC for the ...
Carver Knight Shadowaa7679 wrote:Thanks.maddmaxxx wrote:-welcome to the Forum, mr aa !!!
-for me hum has generated from the patchcords [faulty grounds, communicating]
-iz the silent knight a lightstar unit ???, as ive heard of the darkstar, i think
aa7679, When I first got my Velodyne sb, I had a lot of problems with a 60-cycle hum too. It took me about a month of messing with it to figure out what was causing it. It turned out that it was related to my cable box--apparently cable systems are NOTORIOUS for creating ground loop problems when c...