Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have a Parasound HCA-2003 that I recently purchased used. The area of problem appears to be in the overload protection. The amp has been tested to prove it wasn't the amplifiers themselves - they appear to be OK. It's just these overload circuits that appear to be causing the amplifer from properly working.
I've had it in a shop for over 8 weeks now. I'm frustrated with the level of - or, lack thereof, service so I've requested that they return my amp to me.
You may want to get an Ohm meter and check between the outputs of the amp yourself. 0 ohms means a short somewhere.
You should also check to se when you're hooking the speaker wires in that they're not frayed and touching hot to ground or hot to the amp casing. hope that helps!
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
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