Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Have got hold of an otherwise nice receiver, with a flakey pre-amp switch, which makes the unit cut in and out. are these switches available, and is it an easy job to do? is it worth it on one of these?
Thanks for any insite,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What fuse are you blowing? A fuse in the amp itself, or the fuse in your main fuse box for the house?
If it's the one in the amp, check the speaker wires for shorts, and if thats not it, then it is bad news as stated above.
If it's youre home fuse thats tripping, then you need to consult an electrician to give you another ciruit for your setup. Possible the TV is draining a lot of power.
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
try turning it off overnight and do a hard reset. Other than that, It is something you should refer back the the supplier and have the unit replaced.
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Posted on Jun 13, 2008
According to the manual, which you should have:
1st question: No "A" and "B" choice, just one set of Front speakers. Center speaker, yes. It requires a self-amplified subwoofer.
2nd question: In the manual. Select Speaker Sizes, presence, distances and other parameters. Run Test Tone for relative volume of each.
3rd question: Yes, for stereo material only. It has no multichannel Line Level pre-outs.
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
SOURCE: I am fixing a sansui
So you're saying ac doesn't get very far into the unit. THAT should be easy to diagnose with CARE since ac is usually passed unmodified to the fuses and power supplies, maybe through a relay. Get a digital voltmeter and find out where it disappears after getting into the unit.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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