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The audio output in imcos gitiesse PA system is very low in public spaces.why?

Have replaced the amplifer with new one but no improvement.

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you should be able to connect any pc to any home stereo device. you will need a special cable to connect them though. usually a local radio shack or circuit city type store will be able to help you. You will need a " Stereo Headphone to Stereo RCA " cable. ask someone at the store for one of these, explain what you are trying to do, and they will likely be able to help you as well. after you get this cable you can simply plug your computer into the back of the Speaker amplifier (usually called aux or line1) where there will be a red and white plug. set your amplifier to the Aux input and listen away.

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Check your speaker for a short.

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SOURCE: how can I connect my P.A. system to pur phone

This is very tricky unless your phone system has an analog audio line input provision. It's almost impossible to introduce external audio ( from your P.A. system ) into the phone system when a phone is on hold unless the PBX system has an external audio line input. If it does, all you need is a standard 600 ohm to 600 ohm audio transformer where you connect your P.A. systems preamp signal out to one side of the transformer and the other side of the transformer to your PBX systems external audio ON-HOLD line input.

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At this point, I would be looking at the main power suply for the final output stage. You may be attempting to drive the output with the driver section rather than the final amp stage. The center pin of the output transistors should have B+/B- on them. Measure that to ground and report the value here.

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