Question about Audio Players & Recorders
U have a burned out output preamplifier circuit, that is the only explanation for this low volume.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
You are definitely correct that the issues is originating from the output of the tuner. There are a couple possibilities. The first, and easiest, is the clean the actual connection between the the two devices. A little rubbing alcohol on a q-tip would be best to start with, maybe a little something abrasive as well to really scrub off any other build-up on the input. Also you may want to re-strip the actual wire connector as well, most audio professionals recommend re-stripping your actual connectors at least every 2 years.
Other than that it could be a voltage / power issue, not getting enough power to the output. If this is the case it could be a variety of things internally on the unit. If the cleaning tips above don't work you will probably want to call Marantz for information on having it checked out. Their number is 201-762-6666 for technical assistance.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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