Question about Audio Players & Recorders
You have a DC offset condition occurring on the speaker output of the amp. This usually means that some components have blown in the output stages. Be careful turning the amp on when this is happening, if the cones of you speakers are blowing out and stay out... then they may be damaged if left in this condition too long(more than a second!!) You will need to take the amp to a serviceguy... most of these sorts of repairs need expert attention.
Posted on May 07, 2008
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