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Distorted sound output on speaker. No problem with speakers, as i have tried several.

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  • AshleyS Apr 15, 2008

    It's a Technics EH770. It's the sort of midi seperates that technics started doin when they gave up making good sperates!

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What is the maker and model of your receiver?

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    Matt Jurach Apr 15, 2008

    Unfortunately, this model is unsupported by Panasonic, Technics new parent company. Even manuals for it are unavailable, except for a fee. My guess would be a failing amp circuit.

    Do you also get the same distortion when you bypass the amp and use the headphone jack?

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