Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The ddt circuit on this amp is goofy, they use a 4060 opamp with the inputs at -14 to -15V, the spec range is only +/-12V. So it is possible for it to nuisance trip. There is a button on the back to disable the ddt, try that. I've alos had luck replaceing the 4060 with an LM358 whose input spec is not violated in this application
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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