Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hiya, check that there is not a problem with the mic by using another mic/cd source first and also if you have another speaker then try that, even a small one at low volume. Just establish that the fault is with the amp (or elsewhere first) for definite. If it is the amp, then it could be as simple as loose wires/dry joints, but there is a possibility that a couple of the outputs may be gone also. Distortion is unfortunately a problem that could lie anywhere in the amp and if it is the amp, you will need to find someone in area that can repair. Best of luck
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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