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Studiophile AV20 left speaker doesnt work when connected. its passive, and does function when plugged to another power source. Right speaker cannot support left, or any volume above mid setting, and burns out for about 10 minutes at a time but will not allow left speaker to receive any power. Is this a transformer issue?

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Probably NOT a transformer. Most likely in the power amp. Many have a thermal cutout that shuts the thing down when the chip/stick gets to hot. Your description leaves some questions... IF you don't get anything at all out of the left, then look first for a short from the amp to the output jack. This probably has a dual chip amp in it and half that chip may be bad heating up and shutting the whole thing down.

Posted on Jan 01, 2011

  • seditionary_ Jan 01, 2011

    yeah does have a dual amp system, and checked the connection cable on several pairs of speakers... it is fine. The issue is the power amp itself. the thermal cut out is integrated into the chip. This has proved a problem with 95% of the buyers. I just gutted the bloody things and made them passive. Problem solved. :) but I'll never again buy anything from M-Audio/Avid

  • kieranhall Jun 26, 2011

    Where about is the thermal cut out reset switch on the board?

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