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CD input cuts out intermittently - NAD C162 Amplifier

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Can be that the CD disc is jumping on vibration, the optical head is defective and not reading the tracks or if the line to the amplifier is having a loose connection in the wires or within the RCA jack socket.
Play Cd when car is in stop , if in motion check the wiring and CD for errros.
if interuption always from the disc then the optical head can be faulty

Posted on Sep 16, 2010

  • dougsat Sep 16, 2010

    Thanks but the problem is not the CD player. I just bought the preamp on Ebay I suspect it was sold possibly because it wasn't working 100%?

    Just wondering if anybody else had a similar problem with the NAD C162

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