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reason of Stereo no sound: 1 poor contact,signal line,socket connection problem.Acoustic
power and signal wires to check clearly good contact. 2 Most common failure is bad capacitors,amplifier or power amplifier
tube burning,this is our problem,but most of those are the devices themselves
are not stable.
3 there happens no sound from one channel of the power amplifier
failure,problem or circuit problem.
I suspect you may be right about the eq here, though you probably have had it sorted by now.
I came across this thread because I was searching for a fix to my R-231 and was hoping you might be able to help me if you found a fix. I'm persisting with this one as I can't really get another just now and it seems that it's not a major issue. I managed to get a good signal out of it when I ran it without the ground connected on output???
Anyway, any info I would greatly appreciate,
All of three of these components have balanced connections. There are many different ways to connect- but this is the best option. You will need 4 x standard XLR3(cannon) mic leads. Starting from the Gemini mixer:
take the left output and plug it into channel 1(A) of the DOD EQ
take the right output and plug it into channel 2(B) of the DOD EQ
Connect the EQ output of channel 1(A) to the input 1(A) of your Carvin amplifier
Connect the EQ output of channel 2(B) to the input of 2(B) of your Carvin Amplifier
This is probably THE most common failure among digital cameras. There's a halfway chance of fixing it yourself, described here: http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2007/12/fixing-lens-error-on-digital-camera.html