Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I could only find the spares at a unaffordable price in SA. Now I am installing ILP monoblocks and doing some changes. I, however find that the tone control was connected onboard onto the preamp. This will call for a redesign of the active tone control. I also do not have the cct digram for the amp. Are you able to assist me with at least a cct diagram? For the tone control I might use the Lf 353 ic's.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Bass Treble,bal controls can be clened with contact cleaner.
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Posted on Apr 02, 2008
SOURCE: IC-401 is not being recognized
You need to enter into servic e mode and tell the MFP to use the Fiery instead of the built-in empron.
A service tech can do that in les than 5 minutes for you.
Posted on Jun 30, 2008
SOURCE: Marantz AC 500U
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you, you have an odd problem happening there, the pre-amp being the common denominator to the syptoms. Perhaps you could try reducing the attenuators to say 60% and retry at the same levels you used to use at the preamp. It is unlikely that there is a fault occurring that would increase the output of the preamp, more likely to be a DC component getting through. It could also be possible that the amps if all the same make and model have through over the period of installation developed the same fault.
There will have to be a common contributor to the symptoms. It is not uncommon for the same problem to affect a particular model at the same point of its life. Best approach and easiest to fault find it would be to change out the preamp with something similer to test the system and see what happens. At least tyouy will know where to start looking. Hope I have been able to help you, still happy to discuss it further. In the Free section our only reward is a FixYa ratings. Cheers
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
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Posted on Sep 02, 2008
depends on the amplifier if you have a mono block amp or a regular 2 output amp if it is 2 output make sure to bridge and that means the negative to one output and positive to the other output then need to find out the rms on the speaker. the amp should have the ability to adjust it you might want to get a digital multimeter set it to watts and make sure you only set it to the RMS of the speaker because max handling should be the 1800 and usually the RMS is half the max so it should be 900 w again it depends on the amp and were the adjusting knob is and or if it has one
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
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