Question about Audio Players & Recorders
What I know about electronics could fit in a thimble, but once upon a time, when receivers were a little simpler, I was known to blow the outputs in my old pioneer, go to the local electronics dealer, and have it back up and running that day. I haven't had that kind of luck with the more complex receivers. But since outputs are normally cheap I don't think it hurts to try. If it's an expensive receiver I would take to someone who knows what they're doing, but if its not what do you have to loose. When you order the outputs also order a solder sucker and some heat sink paste.
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
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