Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have a Technics SU-G90 and sometimes the left or right or both speaker channels cut out. I can tap on the unit or turn the volume up and the speakers cut on momentarily, then back off. I have tried to switch the speaker wires to different plugs on the back of the unit, but I get the same results. I would appreciate any help, thanks!
"Tapping on the unit" is the salient point that prevented me from thinking that it was a speaker impedance issue. That would indicate a solder connection problem. Unless you are qualified to work at the component level I would take your unit to someone who is as it may destroy the amplifier eventually. Steve Medley
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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