Question about Yamaha RX-V596 Receiver
Recently I've discover that the sound from one of the main speakers has too many static. I've the cords and also plugged the speaker to another channel to check if the problem was from the speaker, but no.
The problem is with the channel output. Can anyone have an idea how to solve this?
The right or left (side) output channel has blown out. If it uses discrete transistors you'll have to replace two of them (one PNP and one NPN) along with several resistors that are part of the circuit (I'm guessing the static occurs on any input source).
Now , if the static happens only on certain input, then the problem should not be in your amp.
Posted on May 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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