#1
Hey, I have a Behringer GM108 15w amp and it now makes this kind of oscilating hum at all hearable volumes. It didn't do it this morning. The only thing I can think of is that I played with my friend in a very hot room at high volumes. Did I fry it?
#2
Its possible you "fried it". Or it could be a bad ground. Make sure your cord has all 3 prongs on the end, and try another socket. A bad ground from your wall socket will cause hum.
#3
I plugged it into an outlet in another room, and it's all good and normal. Thanks!
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#5
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I plugged it into an outlet in another room, and it's all good and normal. Thanks!


Glad you got it. That happens a lot. We have one socket here in our house that hums. The rest don't. Its just a bad ground connection in that line somewhere.