Question about Audio Players & Recorders
It is possible that some errors are coming in from the input source or there is a load on the output.
SO first of all set the tone to mid point level and check. if volume gets further up then check on transcient noise on the input source.
However if there is no change then check on the speakers for loading. see if there is any impedance mismatch.
try with a diferent set of speakers to confirm.
It can also be fault in the pwoer circuit . for insufficient voltage to the power/output stage that is putting the set starved and cut off.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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