Question about Crown CE2000 2-Channel Amplifier
Both fault lights are blinking and channel 2 clip light remains on. I recently cleaned it out. Used it one time. After I came back the problem occurred. Let me know if you have an idea thanks
Is it clipping for real or overheating ? It may just be a fault with the indicator light circuitry itself. Make sure the input levels of the amp are matched with the output levels of whatever device is running into the amp, they will either be +4 dbm or -10 dbu, if you have a choice you want them to be set at +4 dbm. Crowns are professional amplifiers and withstand years of hard touring on the road, it would definitely be worth it to take it to a good repair shop if you can't remedy the problem yourself.
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
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