Low amount of buzz okay?

Hi all.
So compenents, arcam a65+ integrated used as preamp, odyssey strattos extreme SE +++, PSB imagine T.

The buzz (which does not sound to me anywhere close to 60hz, more higher frequency), is only listenable if I place my ears 6 inches or closer to speaker.

Is this that "big" of a deal? I mean, even if I try everything I can to isolate the noise, change wiring, etc...
Is this going to have any effect on my listening? Or quality of output?

I guess the ultimate question is: Is this amount of noise "normal"?

thanks much!
No buzz is normal.

If you are asking about it its probably worth addressing.

Myself, any background noise that i can hear is an issue. I want to hear
no noise coming from my gear. The exception is i can handle low level
noise (hiss) common with tube based phono gear, but only to a limited
extent even then.
A hiss close to the tweeters (your six inches) is normal.
If it is a 'buzz' then you have some minor issues. They will not affect your listening if yu cannot hear it afrom your listening position.
One question: Does the buzz get louder if you increase the volume? Or does it stay the same no matter what volume?

If it stays the same in it some
external' interference added in. If it increases, it is in the electronics. (perhaps a faulty capacitor or such, but still not a big deal.)
Had a similar buzz and found it went away completely with well shielded IC's Hope this helps. A buzz like this can also be saturating the mid range a bit and that may affect sound quality by masking microdynamics
Ground hum is another possibility that may be worth looking into.