Question about Audio Players & Recorders
First check whatever is on the heatsink. Look around for burnt or damaged parts. And remember that stereo amps are just two mono amps put together, in otherwords the left channel will be the same as the right in terms of parts. The other thing about amps if you touch certain parts they will make a buzz in the speakers. So if it buzzers in one channel at a certain point then it should in the other at that same point. A great way to test! But DON'T touch the power supply parts!!
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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