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Confusion ... is this right

Discussion in 'Hi-Fi Stereo Systems & Separates' started by sounddog, Dec 22, 2002.

  1. sounddog

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    Hi

    As I've said in an earlier post I've just bought a Rotel RA-1060.

    I was playing with it just now and noticed that if the input selector is on an input that has no device attached, if the level is increased to about 11 o'clock, you can hear crossover from other inputs.

    I assume that it's because the unused inputs arn't grounded via another component.

    Does this happen on other stereo amps? Is it a design quirk of the RA-1060? Or does our RA-1060 have a fault?


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    Okay ... just ignore me :blush:

    Tried with another amp (NAD C320) and it does exactly the same ... just never turned it up enough to realise.


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    If you get really lucky on high end amps you can get interference from sources in different rooms! :D well lucky is the wrong work, cos its hellish difficult to sort out!

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