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#99221 - 05/22/21 03:46 PM Model 7700 has loud buzz in my rear channels!
ScottieDog Offline
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Registered: 03/17/05
Posts: 8
Loc: Washington
My 7700 has developed a loud buzz in my rear channels, no audio just a loud buzz when it starts. Every time I turn it on it buzzes, I'll turn off then on again and usually on the 3rd restart the buzz is gone. Then it could play all day without a problem or it can reoccur in an hour or two. The buzz continues with my Marantz 7703 is powered off, I removed the trigger wire and that had no effect. I've had this baby for ever.... bought it new, what to do??? Thanks your advice.

Edited by ScottieDog (05/22/21 03:46 PM)

#99222 - 05/23/21 10:40 AM Re: Model 7700 has loud buzz in my rear channels! [Re: ScottieDog]
arbitrageur Offline

Registered: 12/16/17
Posts: 58
Loc: Minneapolis, MN
What happens if you disconnect the inputs to the rear channels? Try switching switching the input channels around and see if the buzz moves. Check the cables and re-seat the connections.
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