I got a local company to fix it. They used Panasonic parts, and also said most components are Panasonic. It seems to working fine, though not quite as crisp/sharp. Maybe we got used to the smaller one we bought while it was being repaired.
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Nop, don't do that, the subwoofer power in the Nakamichi Soundspace 8 is 20 Watts and the subwoofer for Nakamichi Soundspace 9 is 70 Watts. If you put the 20 Watts Subwoofer on a 70 Watts input the subwoofer will receive severe damage. http://www.nakamichi.com/pdf/SS8_brochure.pdf http://www.nakamichi.com/pdf/SS%209%20Brochure.pdf
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If your system is dead, it is surely the power supply.
Your system probably uses a 'switched mode' type of supply; these are fussy about certain components being of the highest quality and there are a flood of supply failures on this message board from all kinds of consumer electronics and the schematics needed to repair them are generally not available since many manufacturers outsource their power supplies and the companies that make them are often only a step above a garage operation.
If you haven't done it yet, you may have some luck buying a replacement supply from Nakamichi.
If the supply manufacturer hasn't cleaned up their product, the new one may not last any longer.
dont laugh but theres a cable for a cambrook toaster that shares the same specification and voltage. mine blew in a lightning storm. its only available from cambrook service dept and it took some pursuasion for them to sell me one. send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org