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Technics SA-DX930 Sound cutting in and out

Using just 2 front speakers (8 ohms) the sound is plays then cuts out then comes back on and cuts out again (random pattern). This happens with the tuner and a CD player (analog input). No message on the panel. Then HELP button shows OPERATING CORRECTLY. Any ideas on what I should check?

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  • jkadziolka May 19, 2009

    Re-cut, stripped and reconnected both ends, proper polarity - same problem. hmmm.

  • jkadziolka May 21, 2009

    Speakers are cutting in and out. No error messages on panel. When I toggle SPEAKER A off and on a few times it sometimes fixes the issue temporarily. It seems SUBWOOFER has to ne ON as well even though no subwoofer is connected.

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Try rehooking up speaker wires. make sure no bare wire is showing and positive and negative are aligned correctly

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Check wiring at head unit and the speaker

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