Question about Onkyo M-282 2-Channel Amplifier
I think I blew it out. Heavy usage for about 6 hours, I noticed it was REALLY HOT earlier in the evening. Now, I only get low volume, very high freq range sounds...
Is it salvageable?
It's probably salvagable but I doubt it will be cheap or easy. Most likely you have one or more ruined output transistors. If you're into taking things apart and soldering, it might be easy for you. Just look
for abnormalities on the transistors, usually a little hole in the center of them or blistering. Replace those and you'll either have it back to sounding good or much closer to it. Most output transistors do not fail without showing visual evidence of it.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
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