Question about Audio Players & Recorders
That depends on what has happened.
Begin by checking that the cables and leads are all attached correctly. It may be a simple loose joint.
If this is a separates system where the amplifier is a separate unit from the other devices, then makes sure that the correct component is selected (if there is a physical switch).
When you are satisfied that the amplifier is definitely not producing sound, then it is likely to need repair. Depending on the repair shop, you might be charged a lot of money. If your amp is still under warranty, take it to the dealer from where you bought it.
It will also depend on the initial cause of the problem. If something was connected to the amplifier that was not recommended, the front end may have to be replaced. That's a term to describe the delicate pre-amplifier circuits.
If non-compatible speakers were used, these may have had an effect if their impedance is not matched to the amplifier.
And if the volume (gain) was increased to 'see how loud it goes' then this may have damaged the output stage amplifiers.
Posted on Apr 16, 2014
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