Question about Audio Players & Recorders
You have an old model there! A very tricky problem too! This website might help:
If it's not as loud in one channel it would be easy to suss out. But if both channels are weak that's a problem. As you can see from that website all the channels are individual driven, so it's unlikely that both channels would go down.
One thing you could try is some Servisol in the volume control, particularly if it crackles or cuts out when you turn it.
Normally if the sound goes down in both channels you look for something common to both. But it looks like the only thing common is either the volume control or perhaps the power supply?
If it is the power supply board! On that website you will see a board with fuses on it. In the centre of it is a large silver transistor marked C680. Standing for 2SC680. If that is faulty it could weaken the power to the amp. So if it is on both channels I would have a go at replacing that.
Posted on Jan 03, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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