#1
Got my TH30 on saturday, when i crank the dirty channel to the max at 30w and full gain there is a lot of noise/hum. You would have to talk quite loud to talk over the noise, does this sound ok? On the clean channel it only has a small amount of noise/hum at 30w this sounds ok to me, thanks,,,Paul.
#2
So, you turned the amp, all the way up, to full volume, and full gain?

Any amp would make noise.
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#3
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So, you turned the amp, all the way up, to full volume, and full gain?

Any amp would make noise.


This. Surprised you didn't blow your own eardrums out.
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So, you turned the amp, all the way up, to full volume, and full gain?

Any amp would make noise.

Any modern production amp anyway.
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#6
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I didnt play while it was at full volume.


Doesn't matter, you are going to get noise at full volume.
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#9
Thanks a lot guys i'm just going to see if i can make my ears bleed again lol,,Paul.
#10
I get hum from my Peavey Valveking even at low volumes. Is this normal?
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#11
just turning the gain to the stop will cause hum, even at low volume.
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I get hum from my Peavey Valveking even at low volumes. Is this normal?


Yes, for peavey amps anyways.

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