Question about NAD T753 Receiver
I think it has something to do with the power supply, how can I fix this myself?
ALso do the same thing, but also cuts out my left rear speaker. This will make a dull hiss sound during use.
If I disconnect this speaker it works for a while.
It all started with my sub shorting out it's fuse, I had it repaired four times already and is costing me more than the system. I changed all my speakers and is costing me another R 12 000-00, problm still the same.
P.S. I had my amp taken to the specialists too, but they couldn't find any fault. If i touch the side of the amp I can feel a tingling on my skin, like getting an electric shock.....
Can this also be a ground loop / earth problem?
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
The unit grounding screws have come loose. All the ground screws should be tightened.
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