Question about NAD C370 2-Channel Amplifier
Posted by Anonymous on
The problem is most likely in your speaker. I have repaired hundreds of amplifiers and have never seen this problem in newer amps. Try swapping the speakers and see if the problem moves. This will prove that the speaker has a problem.
If it is an older amp, the problem may be the coupling capacitor between the amplifier output and the speaker terminal. These do go bad, and as the capacitance drops, there is a loss of the low end. I have seen this a few times, but it is not a very common problem.
My bet is the speaker is defective.
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