Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Had the same problem and SOLVED it.. the problem is caused by bad solderjoints on the pcb with the pre-out connectors on it. the solution is to take this pcb out and inspect it visually for signs of loose/oxidized solderpoints - indicated by a faint gray 'ring' near the soldered wire. just resolder and there you go! an amp as fresh as on its day of birth.. enjoy
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
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