Question about Audio Players & Recorders
One channel out and already resoldered bad connections! This one is a beast!!!
When dealing with stereo amps you should treat them as two mono amps joined together. So if one channel is dead you can compare the good channel with it. For example if you prod around with a small insulated screwdriver, each channel will buzz, so if the left side is down if it buzzers in the right at one point it should do the same in the other channel in the same place. Just be careful not to short anything out with the screwdriver. Keep away from the power supply as that is common to both channels and so can't effect just one. You can also compare the voltages for each channel. And if you see something burnt in one channel and not in the good channel you know something is up.
Posted on Jul 19, 2013
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