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Warrior amp seems to be crackling

Set up my disco rig to find that my amp crackles when the sounds turned up high. When the music is fairly quite i don't have this problem. I changed to use my back up amp and I had no problem at all.... does anyone recognise this problem?? Thanks

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You have a couple of things that might be going on. One the emitter resistor one the channel that is bad needs to be replaced or the bad channel itself need to be repalced. This does take soldering to fix it. You might need to take to a repair shop.

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