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Hi, I have a PODxt Pro, I recently started getting terrible EMI Interference noise (its not the 60 hz hum) on all outputs Digital. and all analog outs ie Balanced, unbalanced, headphones....... Its not guitars, cables, output devices, or external surrounding electrical devices........... when I was trouble shooting noise source ie... ground loops, firmware, surrounding electrical devices,.... all of which I think I have ruled out. I have one question, I never noticed that the internal POD power transformed hummed, even though that is not what I hear from outputs. Can anyone tell me if this is normal with the POD xt Pro power transformer to hear the 60 hz hum when device is powered on with no inputs or outputs connected? Thank for all replies in advance, Jeff
My DT50 212 just bit the bullet just 5 minutes after turning it on and placing it into standby mode. I turned around and heard a soft click like noise and then nothing. ALL fuses are okay....outside (main) and the two internal fuses. It has less then 10 hours of 'on/play time' and was purchased from AMS two years ago. I know there were transformer issues mentioned in a service bulletin, however, I cannot find the information here. Can someone point me to that information please or explain if this (despite being out of warranty) is covered or not, etc. I saw the exact same transformer (number 1 below...the larger one) being sold for ~ $225.00. A crap load of $$ for a hunk of iron and copper. My Serial number is: (21) A891576040000994 Part #: 59-00-0072-5 Xformer 1: 11-30-0044 / CS4 0000-02-341G / CMP-071413-1 / E201330 / 1030 Xformer 2: 11-33-0003 / CS4 0000-07342G / CMP-071117 / 1031 Tnx Tim ARS N9NU