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Distorted/noise in sound

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my akai audio system model AC-MX105 is workng with noise audio,in all modes ie,radio,tape&vcr in put also.so please help me with circuit.
my e mail ID:sajeevan_cstvm@yahoo.com.

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I need more information, BUT if you have noise in ALL modes, this suggests that there might be a problem in the Power supply for the entire unit. if the power supply is supplying "dirty" power, obviously EVERYTHING in your all-in-one is going to have the same problem.

Another possibility is that you have a problem in the amplifier section - since audio from from each unit (radio,tape&vcr) has to go through the amplifier to get to the speaker. And I'm guessing you hear the noise through the speaker.

Those are my best guesses I have - given the information you've given. If you can give me more information I may be able to help you more specifically. Let me know.

Posted on Mar 15, 2008

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