Question about Alpine MRV-F357 Car Audio Amplifier
I have this amp set up in 5 channel mode (4 speakers + subwoofer). Every so often the left front channel will cut out. This usually happens when I go over a bump. If I phsyically hit the amp with my hand the sound from the channel usually comes back. It seems that the channel cuts out more when the amplifier is upright rather than laying flat.
Left channel there is a problem use a tester to locate the bad transistor
Posted on Sep 18, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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