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SAKURA AV-5023 no RIGHT OUTPUT

Tried replacing the 2 resistors coz it was kinda burnt. but still no sound in right output. i even swap the left and right wires from the volume area to the board but still right output doesnt have a sound. i figured maybe the problem is in the board. but i am not really a technician. so i cant figure out what the problem is.

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SOURCE: No signal from the Left output + Tinny sound

1. Assuming there is no problem with your amplifier of input cable, the headshell/tone-arm needs rewiring. This is very thin flexible wire and not easy to do, but can be done if you are careful.

2. Turntables require a special input on your amplifier which has a frequency response that is suitable for them. If you connect a turntable to an ordinary input, it will sound tinny. If you don't have a turntable input (known as a phono input [from phonograph]) you will need to use a preamplifier with your turntable.

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SOURCE: No Sound in Right Front Speaker- Denon AVR-1508

hi there,

have you check the system settings for each of the speaker..? should be set and balance all output of the speaker

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SOURCE: fuzzy sound from right front speaker output

The main issue is to determine where the distortion is coming from. Does it start in the front and and get amplified or does it appear in the output section only? This will require a fixed signal and an oscilloscope to trace. Check for leaky coupling caps or leaky transistors in at the diff-amp section.

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SOURCE: wiring the scosche fai-3a to a pioneer two channel amp

the 2 left and right dont matter, it only matters when ur hooking up a 4 channel amp.
all u do is connect one of the channels to it but it would be best o buy a stereo ull have alot of engine nose and vibration on ur speakers and a thump every time u turn on ur car but itll sound ok for now ti

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