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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
The Sonamp 275 has Signal LEDs on the front panel, above the Volume pots. If signal is present at the RCA inputs, the Signal LEDs will be blinking.
Most likely, there isn't any line level audio signal coming from the receiver. Hook RCAs to Tape Output or MD output and check system using the Tuner which is an analog signal.
Well first off u must be doing some nice recordings or live sound but anyway. On ur back panel those r called terminal strip connections. For hooking small mini wires. For every mic u have and want to hook up to the rack u will need Mini Barrier to XLR adapters and one for ur main output to ur mixer or amp.