Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Have Koycera A710 w/ B&W 802 speakers. Original owner. Left speaker crackled and popped for a while and is now completely out - with any component. Right speaker perfect. What might cause this? Could I repair myself? If not, where is a good place to repair either in Charleston, SC or Savannah, GA? Or ship to? Many Thx.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
more than likely you have a bad transisitor on that side and the frequincey is distorted there's not much you can do except take it back if it's new or take it apart and check for the bad part but if you do that you had better know what your doing!! it may be just 12 volts but thru an amp it's a nasty shock
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
I'm not familiar with that model but I am familiar with the problem. If your unit has a volume knob or a balance control which is a potentiometer you need to clean them. Go to www.mcmelectronics.com where you can find spray cleaner. I like to use blue shower as it works well and will not hurt any components. When you get the cleaner unplug your unit and locate the volume control and any others which have a rotating knob. Usually near the top is a small hole which you can spray the cleaner in. Rotate the control and follow through several times. Try the unit and it should be ok. If it isn't you will have to replace the controls as the resistance material has worn off and they cannot be repaired. Let me know how you make out or if you need anymore help.
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Posted on Feb 18, 2010
SOURCE: I have 4 speaker wires,
4 speaker wires, black, green, red, white ;speaker left +speaker right +speaker left -speaker right. First see what pair of speaker wires go to left the channel of the amplifier. One of each speaker must be connected to each amplifier´s channel, no matter of colors of the wires. Two wires for each speaker to each channel of the amplifier (rear panel + and -). Then you will have 4 wires connected to 2 stereo channels of your amplifier. Two wires for each speaker.
Posted on Sep 18, 2010
Got asilimar problemwit a behringer europower pmh 3000.
The Right channel began to crack up and drizzle now it seems completely dead.
Changed the cables both of input and seapkers , still the problem stays the same. Any suggestion before brigning for a month at the repair shop? And get out with a 200-400$ bill ?
Posted on Jul 22, 2012
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