Powered back up and the LF amp (M1.0 MKII) came on line making a huge buzzing noise... way more than the normal noise that it makes. Powered down and rechecked all my connections... looks good, so I power up again and have the same deal, but this time I notice the meter lights floating around. Hmmm listened for a moment heard a pop and then the buzz started going away (as if it were powering down) then the transformer made a clunk of a noise and the buzz came back.
I decided to remove the new pre and put the CT28 back in... no difference.
I disconected the input from the amp... no difference. So I thought well crap the amp must have took a crap and I removed it.
Replaced the amp hooked everything back up, double checked the connections and powered back up (left the new pre out of the mix for now)... the sound was if I had two mute buttons active, barely audible.
So then I went through every combination of equipment available to me and nothing.
Disconnected the Klipsch and hooked up some full range speakers from the garage, removed the electronic crossover and went through one amp at a time.... same result... barely audible.
Changed the source player.... barely audible.
Changed the interconnects... barely audible.
I'm now at a complete loss of what to do?
MC-7P tube preanp, BBE2002R, Marchand XM44, TFM-35x .002, TFM-35x, M1.0t MKII .002, M500t, Silver 7t's, SDA-360 and Klipsch KLF-30's w/crites crossovers...