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Sound strength frequently fluctuates from weak to strong. How do I fix it?

I changed the speaker wires, checked it with different inputs.

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  • Jeremy Zollinger Dec 01, 2014

    Thank you, Nick. The receiver is a Kenwood KR V6070. How do I check the line lever signal for the inputs? For all the inputs, the volume will fluctuate between a strong sound and a weak sound with seemingly no cause - it just happens, over and over.

  • Nick Verdelet
    Nick Verdelet Dec 01, 2014

    maybe its a volume encoder fault , does it do it on radio too ?

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Line lever signal should be the same though all inputs accept phono

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Testimonial: "Thank you, Nick. The receiver is a Kenwood KR V6070. How do I check the line lever signal for the inputs? The volume fluctuates for all the inputs from a weak sound to a normal strong sound, over and over again."

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  • Jeremy Zollinger Dec 01, 2014

    Thank you, Nick. The receiver is a Kenwood KR V6070. How do I check the line lever signal for the inputs? The volume fluctuates for all the inputs from a weak sound to a normal strong sound, over and over again."

  • Nick Verdelet
    Nick Verdelet Dec 01, 2014

    is this happening on all inputs ??

  • Jeremy Zollinger Dec 06, 2014

    It happens only with the tuner, Video 1, and Video 2. In Video 1 or 2, if I unplug one of the speakers, the receiver gives full sound strength to the other speaker. When both are plugged in, both are weak.

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SOURCE: left channel not working

Hi,

Thanks, yesterday i tried changing the speakers from right to left, the problem still remained on the speaker getting connected to the right channel. Later i pulled out the speaker wires from the reciver's end for the right channel, cut them and pulled out new strings from the insulation, twisted them and inserted, the speaker is working fine, though not 100% but close to left channel. I guess the problem was old strings in the wire which had got over twisted and were not parallel to each other.

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SOURCE: Right side no sound to speakers

The output transisters for that side are probally blowin,

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