Question about NAD C320 2-Channel Amplifier
Attempted to connect imac computer to NAD stereo (with RCA cable), in order to hear internet radio broadcast through my stereo system I tried plugging the RCA cable into each and every connection in the back, to see which one sounded the best. The connections I plugged into include: aux, phono, tape, and either pre out or main in. I think the problem started after plugging into the pre out or main in. I unplugged the RCA cable after hearing a faint pop. Now I can barely hear any sound out of my loudspeakers, unless I crank the volume to maximum. Even then, the music is extremely faint. However, I can hear the music perfectly when I listen through my headphones. Nice and loud... The small glass fuse inside receiver looks fine.
What was your amp? ic or transistorized? the output transistor of your amp may be opened, mostly it will short but because u still hear sound, maybe open and only the driver transistor are working. replacing output transistor or IC could solve the problem.
Posted on May 20, 2007
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