Question about Sony Audio Players & Recorders
The amplifier may have been panned to the right,this will make sound produced by the speaker to sound mostly on the right and you will hear little or no sound on the left.Turn the panning knob to the middle,this will make the volume of sound coming from both left and right equal.
Sony amps have a protection mode that can trigger these. Turn the volume down; never set the amp's volume control to the maximum anyway as it can damage the amp. Turn off the surround sound if both the A and B speakers are powered at the same time; check that the speaker wiring is intact. Turn off the amp, wait awhile and turn it back on again.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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