Question about NAD C320 2-Channel Amplifier
My nad C320 clicks off within seconds of switch on.Standby red light goes out.Power supply seems fine 39V on base and emitter of each of the 4 large heat sinked transistors.No voltage at collectors.Transistors read ok on meter.
The voltages are wrong. You should see (0.0, +/-0.6, and B+/B-) on the 3 pins. The driver section has a problem. Check the driver stage for shorted transistors or open resistors.
Posted on May 19, 2008
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