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  1. Robert_J

    help with cerwin-vega home sub/amp

    The inputs are summed. That's why there's noise on both. Unplug it from power and take a closer look at the inputs and circuit boards. It will be obvious if something is loose. -Robert
  2. Robert_J

    help with cerwin-vega home sub/amp

    And by sub cable, I meant the RCA cable between the receiver and amp. Wiggle it and see if you can recreate the issue. If so, go to Wal-Mart and get another one. Not the $1.99 cheap one but a decent RCA cable. They carry Philips there. Not bad for about $10. If there is still a problem, it may...
  3. Robert_J

    help with cerwin-vega home sub/amp

    I sometimes get a thunderous humming/popping when one of my cats bumps my cheap sub cable between the wall and my Dayton amp. Your power cable has nothing to do with this. If it was designed to have a ground plug then one would have been included on the amp. Also, it is a BASH amp so it is made...
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