Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I just moved, and when I plugged my amp in, in makes a crinkely decaying sound when i play. The reverb isn't coming thru either. When you used to turn it off, you would get a crinkely decaying sound before the signal cut out completly, now it's that same sound all the time. *steps i took to fix it* - changed the fuses, no change. -made sure speakers not problem, re ran them, lined it out thru out and headphone, no help. -unscrewed and removed amp part, checked all connections for loose sauder, no change. Help!!!!! thanks!
Try to run a patch cord from the effects In to the effects out (possibly labeled graphics in & out).If this solves the crackling, the problem is the input jack normally closed connection.
Posted on Oct 17, 2007
A PROBLEM LIKE THAT SOUNDS MORE TO ME LIKE THE MAIN CULPRIT WOULD BE YOUR POWER SUPPLY WHOSE MAIN FUNCTION IS TO KEEP THE AMPLIFIER FULLY OPERATIONAL. SEEING THAT U SEEM NOT OT BE ANY TECHNICAL GURU, ELECTRONICALLY, I WOULD SUGGEST THAT U REFER THE PROBLEM TO LCAL QUALIFIED AGENTS.
Posted on Oct 09, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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