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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In bridge mode, the left and right amplifiers are in essence connected together. Typically, the speaker connections are to the positive connectors for each channel for this mode. WIth the speakers still connected, you essentially shorted the outputs to ground and smoked the output section. The unit will detect this now and not turn on the output section. Your unit is in what is usually called "protect" mode. This unit will require repair. Expect to have the output transistors replaced at the very least. I would estimate around $16-$40 for parts.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
Several things could cause this... connecting it to a piecee of equipment powered from a different wall receptacle cound result in ground bounce on the building power that could destroy the input circuits. Another thing is if a static discharge hit it... There are bypass capcitors at the inout that could have shorted. Of course the fader could have failed...
Posted on Aug 13, 2011
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