Question about Pyle Audio Players & Recorders
You either have a cold solder joint or a bad capacitor or a bad input.
if it's only happening from one source, look to the source as the issue - there may be a DC voltage riding on the output into the amp, saturating the input until the caps charge...and if there's a bad cap on the input or output, it may take time for it to stabilize.
Meter the input at zero signal, and meter the output as well looking for DC voltage riding on it.
compare readings at zero signal between channels for discrepancies.
ground both inputs and start metering .
check the low ohm resistors between the output transistors unless it's a hybrid.
when I say transistors I mean mosfets.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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