Question about Mcintosh MC352 Amplifier
Swap the speakers around. If the sound stays on the same channel and doesn't move with the swap, then the amp has a fault on that channel. If it does move to the other side the speaker is the problem.
If it is an amp fault you can track it down using a insulated tool and the buzz test. You simple touch points on the good channel with the tool and in places it will buzz. You compare that by touching the same places you got a buzz (on the good channel) on the bad channel instead and if it doesn't buzz or it's weaker then you have located the problem.
You can also check the voltages with a meter in the same way. As the voltages should be the same on the two channels.
Posted on Apr 18, 2015
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