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Pioneer GM-5200T problem

Greetings all,

I recently just purchased this amp second hand, however I wired it up to my original setup and replaced my weaker amp. But the output from this Pioneer 5200t is very low, no bass at all but you can just hear it.

Cannot be the wiring as when I switch it over to my old amp it goes fine.

Could the transistors etc been blown?

Thanks any help will be very much appreciated.

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I dont think transistors are bad . you should check the amp controlls they may need adjusting

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90% your transistor is defective you have to replace it......

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