Jul 1, 2011 at 1:46 AM
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- Jul 1, 2011
Alright back with an update. I did exactly as you said.... Used a compressed air blower and brushed over the pots with an old painbrush and my did that work quite well! Now when I change the volume there is just a bit of static. No more channels fading in and out or extremely loud obnoxious static that makes me want to throw my headphones haha. Although, as I just mentioned, the static is still there but its very miniscule and doesnt bother me. Overall I thank everyone for your help
Alrighty, so my new (and first pair of audiophile cans
Its not my headphones, its the receiver, I know this because I tested this out on the surround monitors and it did the same exact thing. I dont mind just biting the bullet and using the sony receiver but the Marantz provides much more bass and I like its overall sound compared to the Sony. I know of a shop in town but I dont think its still in business, and any other store that could possibly fix it would be 45 miles away. Does anyone know if this is a common issue and can easily be fixed or will I need to find a professional?
Thanks in Advance,
Also one more thing. If I were to use the sony but I wanted more bass from it would I have to preamp it? Right now im using a Red/White to 3.5mm cord (ipod) > receiver> Headphones. If I were to preamp would it be red/White to 3.5 (ipod) > amp > receiver> headphones? Would a fiio e11 work for that setup?