tratliff wrote: »
Now that you have found the problem go enjoy some good records.
Another reason why dedicated circuits are needed.
With that room being upstairs next to the attic do you have the ability to run a dedicated circuit?
jdjohn wrote: »
Glad you're sorted and can now enjoy the music! That RCA barrel thing makes me wonder if a wire connecting the ground lug to one of the RCA barrels would do anything.
stangman67 wrote: »
Very interesting, and good search skills! That reminds me of some car audio hacks I used back in the day. Figure 8 bare wire around the rca jacks always solved the ground loop hum. I was hesitant to do that with this setup because when I was using the temp ground wire I accidentally hit the rca and had a huge thump that caused my amp to go into protect. I’d be very wary of doing this on purpose. Although why the thump happened is beyond me with the signal level on a phono wire