Question about Crown CE1000 2-Channel Amplifier
Look first at the output transistors. Those are the most likelt defective parts. Due to the odd design of the output section, Crown amps are difficult to repair. If you get lucky, only the outputs are smoked. Also, make sure that you change all of hte transistors for the channel that has a bad one.
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
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