Question about Yamaha YST-MS28 Computer Speakers
This speaker has a feature that shuts it down automatically when there is no audio signal present for a period of time. Unfortunately, the threshold is set a bit too high so, if you're listening at low volume the speaker will turn off even if there is signal present.
I found this posting because I was looking for a circuit diagram so I could bypass the auto-off feature on my MSW10.
Posted on Nov 03, 2007
unfortunately there is no such diagram for the speaker. is there a more detailed problem you can bring up and I could try to help you with it?
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
The control panel within the speaker unit may well be dead. Does turning the volume knob produce any static noises or nothing at all? If static is produced, you can clean it with some electrical contact cleaner sprays but if nothing at all, a dead capacitor or capacitors may well be the cause.
Capacitors can be replaced but require the use of a soldering iron and if you are not proficient in using one, the cost of repair may well exceed that of replacing them.
Posted on Dec 03, 2010
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