Question about Sony Audio Players & Recorders
If the problem is present without any speakers connected, then the problem is with the amp and it needs servicing. If the problem is only with the speakers connected, then search for a short in the speaker wiring. Look for a single strand of wire shorting across speaker or amp terminals, excessively long stripped wire that can short when things are moved, pinched wire under furniture and pat damaged wire. If you have an auxiliary speaker switch box, try the speakers without it as it may have problems with the output circuitry of the amp. I hope this gives you a starting point. Good luck
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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