Question about Audio Players & Recorders
One of the following reasons is responsible for your problem:
If the amplifier for zone 2 has a headphones output try this output to check if the amplifier is working properly. If it doesn't work, either the audio input cables are faulty or the amplifier is blown out (sometimes the fuses are not quick enough to burn out prior the amplifier). Try connecting some portable device (mp3 player or so) at line input of the amplifier just to check the amplifier.
You can try also connecting the mp3 player at the far ends of the line audio cables, as last change.
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Posted on May 09, 2010
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