Question about Motorola DCP-501 Receiver
If you have a constant 2.49 volts on the speaker output Im surprised that your speakers are not smoking or making a BIG racket!!!? Sorry my friend you must have measured wrong as if you had a constant voltage on the speaker output, unluss the unit is a real cheapo unit, you wouldnt have speakers left or you would have smoke, as there should never be any DC voltage on the speaker outputs and if it was an ac voltage it would be making a big noise. Sounds like you should get a new unit or take this one into a repair shop. Good Luck
Posted on Aug 26, 2006
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