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Sound through one channel only.....NAD 310 Amplifier

Hi Guys,

I basically have perfect sound through one channel only. The speakers and cd player are perfectly fine with another amp all in stereo, so no setup issues here.

Im no expert but it doesnt sound too major, hopefully fixable. I bought the amp second hand so cant say of its history.

Thanks alot folks!!

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  • sircuit84 Sep 25, 2008

    Hi

    Thanks for the swift reply, I tried that before and the channel just doesnt output anything.

    I was wondering if anything needs replaceing. I read someone had a similar problem

    on a different nad amp, and they were advised to change a componant. Can it be fixed, maybe

    there is a reader out there who has had a similar problem?



    Thanks alot fixyathing!

  • sircuit84 Sep 27, 2008

    hehe:)

    I have some basic knowledge with electroics through my circuit bending. So I dont mind doing a bit of soldering. I would love to hear your logical approach:)



    thanks again

  • sircuit84 Oct 27, 2008

    Hi

    Can anyone help me please?

    I basically have perfect sound through one channel only. The speakers and cd player are perfectly fine with another amp all in stereo, so no setup issues here.

    Fixyathing can I hear your logical approach please:)?



    Thanks in adavance guys!

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If swapping of left and right input sources and left and right speakers does not help...you might have a bad channel in your amp.

Posted on Sep 25, 2008

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    jhun T Sep 26, 2008

    yes, it can be fixed by a qualified technician. If you done electronics before I might be able to help with a logical approach...or else you need to smell some resins...oppsss joke only :-)

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    jhun T Oct 28, 2008

    My first requirement for you is to get a shematic diagram (at least even a similar one will do). Since your other channel is working, it seems there is no dc voltage present in that bad channel or else it will trigger the speaker protector circuitry and cut-off the speakers' connection for both channels.



    Try to see if it has a fuse in the output or somewhat like a thermal cut-out device. You can also put a voltmeter in AC mode right at the output line of the bad channel amp. Put an input source and try to see if a signal is present in the output. If there is then a fuse or a device before the output to the speakers is in between it.

    Please update me on this. you can email me directly at jhunn06@gmail.com



    hope this helps..

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