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Hiss In Speakers (Locked)
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Dan W
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Registered: May 9, 2002
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chibul923,

You never gave us an update on this and it's been 10 months. What did you do to solve the problem?
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skipnet50
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He took the snake out of his speakers?    

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You're right, I didn't!

Long story short, the monster cables didn't work, and neither did changing the positioning of the speakers. I contacted Best Buy, returned the item, and got a different HT system, one which has given me no troubles at all.
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horror_guy29
Registered: September 29, 2005
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i have a statics type of hiss but pressing "mute" takes away all sound (as it should)
VibroCount
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Registered: August 19, 2002
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I cannot believe the misinformation in this thread.

How could speaker cables cause hiss in every speaker?

Had to be at a common place, not in six separate components! (And yes, each speaker cable is a separate component.)

So, either the source, the preamp, or the amplifier.

Most likely, given the typical quality control at HTB factories, there was something amiss in the powersupply (within the receiver).

So no amout of high quality speaker cables would stop the hiss, only deliver the hiss to the speakers with greater efficiency.

(need shaking my head smilie here.)
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Many times it's just a bad "ground" connection.
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horror_guy29
Registered: September 29, 2005
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i have a constant buzz buzz like static noise in my speakers
horror_guy29
Registered: September 29, 2005
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can temperature variations effect speakers and sub. like if u were to keep it(the  receiver and sub turned on most of the day, thereby keeping the system warm, would get rid of the problem?


the buss sound static sound goes away after i turn the sub off at the back switch, NOT the AC power but the on/off switch for a count of 5 seconds.

[b]any have any of these signs??

buzz like static sound?[/b]
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