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Two channels (3 n' 4) with almost no sound and very 'statiky'

A couple weeks ago my autotek 600.4 started not-to sound as normal. You can hear the channels pour audio out, but it sounds very statiky and with no volume... or not as usual I'll say..

I thought it would be a FET issue, but I wanted to get your input on that.

ooh, by the way, I founded 4 caps blown but I would thought for those to interfeer with all channels and not only two.. I'll change them anyways of course...

any other thoughts?

thank you much.

Fred

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JFYI.

This is solved. Changed them 4 caps on the amp plus a blown diode. It's working like a charm now.

Posted on Feb 20, 2008

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