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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi there. Are you familiar with board level repair for such products ? Your problem is most likely hardware. Either some of the final output transistors are fried, or it's a dsp problem, a regulator, a diode, a transistor in the circuit.. it could be a lot of things. But if everything was working fine and it quit someday without a change in the system's setup, it really looks like an hardware issue ! Do you have a way in the manual, that sets factory defaults, a kind of reset ? A lot of such units do have that. Try to unplug/interchange speakers as well, a shorted speaker could make the amp go nuts as well, but i wouldn't bet on it. Still, i'd check that out. Hope that helps ! cheebster.
Posted on Jun 26, 2007
has bad 12 volt regultor and 2 5.1 volt zener diodes on the main board in the regulator circuit, also may have a few caps near these parts which also need replacing. ref # for the 12 volt reg is u703 , kinda a major job.
Posted on Sep 18, 2007
SOURCE: OSD for NAD T752
The blue screen indicates a proper connection (signal received by the monitor). Try selecting "amp" on your HTR 2 remote then use any directional button at the center of the remote, the keys which circle the "Enter" button. Hopefully you will then see the menu appear. Use the same directional keys to navigate the menus.
Posted on May 11, 2008
Since the problem appears only after the unit has been run for a while, I'd be looking for any part close to a heat source. The odd behavior suggests that there is noise on the data lines for the volume control chip and the digital processing areas. Look for a bad 5V regulator +/or bad caps on the 5V line. Also check for poor solder connections in the power supply and final output stages.
Keep us posted.
Posted on May 13, 2008
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