Question about JVC KD-G210 CD Player
Your internal amplifier for the radio has failed (output IC). Probably due to a shorted speaker or speaker wire.
Repairing the unit will cost as much as another one.
You may be able to pick up a small used 2 or 4 channel amplifier instead and use the RCA signal to feed it for less than the repair cost.
You will be surprised in the sound difference between a dedicated amplifier, and the one built in the radio anyway!
The typical radio SAYS 50Wx4... however - realistically can put out 12-15Wattsx4
a small 25x4 or 50x2 amplifier can be had easily for under $50 used, and will make a tremendous difference in sound quality... without having to spend more on the radio for it to potentially fail again anyway.
A Dedicated amplifier will have a built in protection circuit that will shut down instead of blow the output ICs like your radio did.
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Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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