Question about Nady Systems SPA 2400 Amplifier
It's begun to clip while doing the same thing we've always done at high volumes
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Very likely source of this problem is the "mixer out/amp in" jack on the back. Anything plugged in there breaks the signal path so, obviously any off board equipment plugged in there needs to be checked...but that jack itself could be faulty or even just dirty. If there is nothing plugged into it....you can get a phone plug (power off) and plug in and remove it a few times. This is a switching type jack so if the "switch" part of it isn't connecting with nothing plugged into it, the signal path would be broken and give you the results you've been having.
Posted on Aug 19, 2012
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