Question about NAD C372 Amplifier
You'll need to take it in and have an electronics technician fix it. Sounds like it has popped a channel. Sometimes it just happens.
But you might also check your speaker wiring. Sometimes it gets frayed and shorts, which will strain the outputs and sometimes cause damage that doesn't immediately kill the output transistors.
This is not customer serviceable.
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Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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