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No output in Right channel on my Adcom preamp GTP-450

I have tried evrthing but I'm not getting output out of my right channel from this preamp. This happened suddenling after years of use

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  • pughmurals Feb 25, 2009

    I did try that, it transfers the problem. I ended up buying a new reciever with a pre out and now the Adcom amp works fine. I gave up on the Adcom pre amp. Thanks for responding

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Hi...
Have you tried swapping speakers to see if the trouble moves to the other speaker?
It could be a dirty selector switch .

It could be a broken solder contact on the input or output RCA jacks

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

  • Scott Frye
    Scott Frye Feb 25, 2009

    If youre thinking of dumping the pre-amp
    Let me know.
    Thanks


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