Question about Pioneer SX-255R Receiver
The unit was dropped while I was moving and now i only get sound out of the left speaker, the right side is dead. this is true with both the A and the B outputs. is the unit fixable/is it worth fixing, or should i just replace it? (the unit is about 10 years old now)
The PCB is probably cracked. It can be repaired, but I am going to assume any shop would charge you at least 100$ or more. With the age of the unit, you are missing many of todays modern features (which may or may not be of concern to you). If you are interested in saving the most money, then consult your local repair shop, as you will probably not be able to replace it for the $ to have it repaired. But if you are willing to spend a bit more, then you can have a new, modern receiver with no repair history.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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