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Wide bandwidth amps like these can, in some rare cases, be sensitive to electrically energetic environments. A simple cheap ferrite choke snapped on the input cable almost always solves this.
I have a cheap pair of Boston research speakers that had this issue. Kept snapping on the ferrite core in different places and it turned out the power cable was the source
Ferrite won't fix it for these. I've tried it with 6 ferrite cores in different locations without luck.
Pretty sure they responded to this in the actual comments. Are you sure yours is the same.. Are you sure you are not spreading misinformation? I would like to know since I purchased this product.
I bought these in the last drop, and have no reason to lie about this, why would I? I like the speakers, I just can't deal with hearing the BBC over them. I'm not saying you will have this issue, I'm just letting people know it is a consideration.