Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Its a technics su-ch700 amp and as you increase the volume it clicks cuts out and goes on to standbye, it will play but the volume has to be low. I took the casing off and tried it to see if there was anything obvious, i also noticed that the fan comes on aswell just before it cuts out, can you help many thanks
You have one of two solutions.
One: you have the speaker ohm load lower or higher than the amplifier will support. You should check the ohms rating on your speakers vs. the amplifier. Make sure you match up the rates for proper operation. You can also try out a different set of speakers and see if they work properly.
Two: You have an electronics failure within the amplifier. You need to obtain the electronic knowledge and schematics for servicing your unit or bring it to a repair facility in your area.
Just as an FYI.... double check your speaker cables and make sure that neither the left or right is shorting together. Make sure the bare conductors are not touching anywhere. A pinched or damaged speakers wire can also cause the symptoms you are talking about.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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