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My RODE NT2s sound output is intermittent, it is OK then it cuts out. Gently shaking the mic reveals about 3mm of movement of the top assembly/condenser, i suspect that a peice of solder has come loose making an intermittent connection problem.

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SOURCE: Pioneer D711

Hi...
Is there an access cover with screws in it underneath?
MOst of the receivers have something like that.
I would also check the output PCB assby for shorts or opens.

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SOURCE: Denon AVR 1601 with no sound output

The usual problem with this model is the main power supply transformer is open. There is a thermal fuse inside the transformer that is open thats why if wont supply voltage to the power output amplifier. It would turn on because the standby circuit is still functioning.

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