Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Good day sir/maam, to verify if the right channel is the problem, swap the speakers to confirm. Assuming that the right channel is the problem, set the balance control to the right (or simply disconnect the left speaker) and place you ear near the problem right speaker. Adjust the volume control up and down several times. you should hear a soft hiss that goes up and down also. this comfirm that the power amplifier stage is good. the problem is anywhere from the tuner/tape/cd/switch or jack. If you dont hear the hiss sound then the power amplifier is the problem. in both cases, you may need to bring it to a service center. hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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