Have you confirmed that the source of the problem is from the
particular AC power line hookup you have?
I've been reading the Power Line thread with interest, but don't
recall a direct confirmation of the problem by you. Since you are
able to operate from battery power, you could just pack up the rig and
drive a few miles away to a local park and see if the buzz is still
there. If it is, you can set aside the AC power line feed project for
another day. As I recall, you said there is no buzz at home with
Good luck, and be sure to let us know when you've found the problem.
ed - k9ew
On Thu, Apr 2, 2009 at 9:01 AM, Gary Smith <Gary@doctorgary.net> wrote:
> I've got a Corsair II I'm planning on recapping with Ultra Low ESR
> electrolytics. There's a high pitched buzz I can hear which is
> distracting somewhat but is mostly absent when the narrow filters are
> It was there when I sent it to the factory for repair several years
> ago and they found no problems but I notice it and it was not there
> on my Omni and is not there on my other radio (not a Corsair).
> Any suggestions of which board I might start replacing the caps on to
> eliminate this noise?
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