Originally Posted by Tgterm
Btw, still no hum today ;-)
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Weird isn't it.
If you click on that article that Litejazz kindly presented us with, (worth a read by the way), the main hum on his that refused to be quelled was at 100hz; and, trust me I have NONE remaining though it was indeed, the frequency that I was trying to kill with my silly little fix.
Here's what 100hz sounds like; I have none of this hum whatsoever between song tracks or at record's end, (which is the time to check safely).
The second worst hum presented in the link's waveform was at 50hz and I have none of that also.
Here's what 50hz sounds like.
I'm impressed that ProJect is improving the TT (I guess we'll have to wait and see what new owners say) and are kindly offering a fix available for probably $50 from dealers if it's the same price as the UK, (which frankly sound absolutely ridiculous), but I haven't heard details back from Sumiko yet.
When I hear back from Sumiko I'll let everyone know how much their fix for the 50hz and 100hz hum cost, (it should be free but evidently won't be), but, regardless, I think I'll not be getting their "fix" as mine works just fine with my 50 cent fix.
Good chance that I may upgrade my second room stereo as some old McIntosh equipment my dad owned has been unearther.
An C28 preamp and an MC2125 amp.
I'd upgrade my speakers to Golden Ear towers and use the Turntable as a source along with my computer.