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I bought an 80 watt Marshall Park series combo amp second hand a couple of years ago. When I turned it on the lights came on, but it wouldn't actually produce any sound through the speaker. I found that if I kept it on for long enough eventually it would produce sound. This problem has been going on a while, but I have another amp that I use for gigs, so it didn't bother me that I had to wait for it to work. However, I do like to practice at home and very recently it doesn't turn on even if you leave it for hours!
I was wondering whether anyone knew why this might have happened or have any recommendations for how to solve it!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hooking up a turn table
You should get a turntable adapter. They adjust the impedance so they can be plugged into a typical auxiliary input. Or you get a DJ mixer; most can do the same thing. I have an old Realistic Stereo mixer that does the job, and it has two phono inputs, as well as a Tape input. Very handy for this purpose. Go to Radio Shack if your budget is tight, but a pro DJ mixer would probably be the best solution for an audiophile.
Posted on Jan 16, 2007
SOURCE: Crate Vintage club 212 60
I just bought the Vintage Club 60 and am loving it. $300..Pretty good deal huh! Plenty of bass...Have you tried the low boost and mid boost switches? they completely change the way the amp sounds. Also the stock speakers are **** so I'm dopping some Celestion Vintage 30s. Also is anyone getting some tube jingle with the VC60? I'll probably have to take it to someone...
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
I been reading a lot, dont have much experience but this is what I have seen.... if your speakers are 4 ohm then your impedance on these speaker will be too low and should cause the receiver to overheat, this is a natural occurance as the extra power has to go somewhere, in this case the form of heat, this particular receiver is meant for 6 ohm speakers, so i would recoommend either 6 or 8 ohm speaker systems (too high is okay, just not as loud), was it getting really hot before it couldnt turn on anymore? I mean burning hot... if it really got that hot it's possible that some loose solder points may have disconnected, if you fried your board... good luck... cant help ya there... maybe take it to a radioshack?
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
The speakers are 4 ohm speakers, a guy on another chat site sent me a link to the impedance curves http://www.audioholics.com/reviews/s...t-v2-fs/page-4
He agreed to that there was a mismatch as the unit has plenty of fresh air around it, plus all the speaker cables have been tested and installed correctly.
So, off to the store where I got it from tomorrow.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
Dodgy relay in timed circuit if has one?due to pa amplifier normally using high dc psu and high current needs servicing dry solder joints which are due to high heat through pcbs and age...
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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