Question about Cambridge Audio Audio Players & Recorders
Amplifier has sticker on side 230v 150va 30v-0-30v with 3 wires out of the top red orange and yellow the inputs are the normal brown and blue
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If both speakers work okay on other inputs .Then cable from pre-amp to amp and main amp are okay. If phone RCA jacks go directly to electronics board .Then its possible solder on phono jacks need to be resoldered or other connections in that section.If unit needs repair you can also purchase a phono preamp from radioshack hook up your and use it on other good inputs such as CD etc..Please note PHONO inputs are only for turntables .If a non turntable input such as CD,TAPE,TV Etc is used on PHONE .Then you will overdrive this input .
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
I would contact Sherwood as Transformers are deemed to be safety components and should be replaced with excat parts or those recommended by the maker.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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