Question about Carver PM950 Amplifier
This could be related to the power supply it is the
magnetic field variety that has a thyristor controlling its input check if the voltage supply to the amp outputs is varying when the pulsing is heard. if so
the control curcuit could be at fault.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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