Question about Kenwood Audio-video Stereo Receiver Kr V106r
When power is turned on makes a loud pop, and spikes volume
Check to see if your amp has relays in the output lines. If so, they are designed to prevent you hearing the pop at power up which can damage your speakers. Relay contacts wear and the control circuit that operates the relays may have a problem.
Posted on Feb 21, 2016
Looks like the amplifier output transistors have blown (hence the pop). Quite expensive too repair - I would have a look on eBay for a cheap used but working Kenwood receiver, it would probably work out cheaper.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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