All i need is the value of R 10 on this amplifier. Once I have it I can fix it.
I can't find it anywhere. I could guess but I don't want to damage the amp. I understand that most amplifiers have an in and out and that this one is two channels. 50 watts a side.
Is it safe to assume I could look at the "other channel" and find a the resistor rating (color bading) that way? I believe the tolerance band is gold is that 5% tolerance? and i think it's 1/4 watt resistor.
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Most amps wiring is universal. If u need a high imput plug you might be out of luck they usually come in the box that the amp came in. The input colors should be White and white / blk for left side speakers and gray and gray / blk for right side. I also recommend dumping that amp right in the trash can , sorry to say it like that but that amp is a piece of junk you probably wont get much life out of it, they dont put out anything. Anyway, good luck if u end up using it.
There should be a small switch someware on the amp marked VOX or normal. I bet its on vox. if there is no switch then theres a jumper inside the unit to put it into a vox state. Vox Is when audio is at the input the amp goes on and when theres no voltage at the input the amp switches off.