Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I currently own a Carver M500-T power amplifier purchased back in 1988. The right channel is cutting out intermittantly and is really annoying when trying to listen to any type of music. Is this something that any repair shop can fix or is the amp shot?
Connect right channel speakers to amp left out if the problem fixed you will have a problem in amp itself.
if the problem remained you will have a problem in speaker itself test first with new cable and second with speaker cabinet,
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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