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NAD T743: The digital channels stop working after a short time.

When listening to AM/FM or the analog input on the front the unit works fine. When listening to any digital input (DVD/CD on coax digital or TV on optical digital) the sound stops after a while. Before the sound stops entirely there is some scratching and boom sounds (not loud). I usually have the volume set quite low. The config of the system has´nt changed for years so that´s not the reason. Could it be a cirquitboard that bends when i gets hot and cracks the soldering? Can the reason for this be that the fan doesn´t activate since i dont run the unit on high volume?

Greatful for help?

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I had the same problem just once, about a week and a half ago. Don't tell me that this problem is going to get worse.

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Hmm, sounds similar to my problem. Analog input and FM seems to work but all coax/opto input are dead ( for me there isn't a buzz).
Have you, fredrik648, solved your problem?
Anyone with ideas what to do?

Thanks
///Johan Westerlund.

Posted on Jan 08, 2010

  • johan865 Jan 08, 2010

    Reply to myself:
    Not much of a solution above, didn't understand the fora compeletly and how to comment and/or get in contact with the originator.

    Sorry
    ///Johan


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