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Weak and distorted audio

Audio output level, even with Volume Setting adjusted to maximum is just barely above an audible level. I have set the Bass and Trevle control levels to max and I have various settings for the Surround Sound, the Dolby(R) and Effects, none have given adequate volume. The audio is equally weak in the Right, the Left and the Woofer channels.

I thought the output amp (TA8256H) was defective and replaced that. I have also checked the coupling caps for the audion into and out of the output amp chip; these all checked out okay.

Suggestions for what other things to check are appreciated. Thank you!

John

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SOURCE: The speakers work but at a very reduced level.

Could be either an amplifier failure or a short in the speaker connection. For the latter, try removing and cleaning the speaker connections at both the unit and at the speakers. Then reconnect the wire, being sure to return the leads to their former location such that you don't accidentally reverse the leads.

Posted on Nov 28, 2009

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