Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hello, my aging A-1000 still works good except when playing DVD movies. It appears to be a lose contact at the input selector switch. If I giggle with the input selector switch the sound comes back for a while. But it repeats the problem by "no sound from right speaker to static sound" and it is annoying especially watching movies. I recently made the DVD input in the back of the unit to LD (because A-1000 was made pre-DVD era, I have been using TV/DBS as a DVD source.) It now works better than before, but still the problem comes back. The strange thing is this rarely happens when playing music CD thourgh the same DVD player (effect off). Would you agree that it is the input selector switch that is the problem? If so, where can I get a replacement switch? Thanks.
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Posted on Mar 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
flying yeti.... yup... it's definitely your input switch. im from yamaha service before at saudi arabia. that is a normal trouble specially in high humidity places. you can only get a replacement at yamaha service though. their newer model are better they dont use contact switches nomore.
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
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